Like Hov's previous 4:44 videos, "Family Feud" doesn't skimp on the star power, featuring appearances from Beyonce, Michael B. Jordan, Constance Wu, Rashida Jomes, Jessica Chastain, Rosario Dawson and more.
In a dramatic teaser for the introspective "4:44" song, the rapper walks down the isle of a church alongside daughter Blue Ivy, before stepping into a confessional booth. "We were using our art nearly like a therapy session", JAY previously revealed to the New York Times about releasing his album 4:44 around the same time as Beyonce's chart-topper Lemonade. "And we started making music together". The rapper owns the subscription-based streaming service and tends to keep his family's work exclusive to it as a result.Something as huge as the "Family Feud" video, though?
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The song "Family Feud" is notable for the line "Yeah, I'll f*** up a good thing if you let me". As expected, the video will be released exclusively on TIDAL, but the platform was generous enough to share a teaser with us all.
HollywoodLifers, what do you think of the video for "Family Feud?". But many fans might not want to wait that long, although it seems unlikely that Beyoncé's husband will release the initial video anywhere other than TIDAL. Tell us which part is your favorite!