Jay-Z just teased a clip from his new "Family Feud" music video, set to be released on his streaming service Tidal on Friday, and it's pretty clear the story he's trying to tell.
In the cinematic teaser, you can see the rap legend and Blue Ivy walking in a church before he took a seat in the confessional booth.
The video alternates between scenes of Jay-Z kissing a woman and him at church.
In November, Jay-Z told the New York Times of "4:44" and "Lemonade", "We were using our art nearly like a therapy session".
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The couple's daughter Blue Ivy makes an appearance as well. "And we started making music together".
The religious scene is interspersed with flashes of a couple having sex - most likely a reference to his cheating.
The video for "Family Feud" arrives tomorrow (December 29) and will nearly certainly be a Tidal exclusive.
Still in the giving spirit, Jay Z has released the visuals for "Family Feud" today at 4:44 p.m. The song is featured on Jay's Grammy award nominated album, 4:44 and is one of many songs in which he writes about his marriage, children and life in headline-grabbing detail. As such, fans are expecting "Family Feud" to be as intense as the trailer.