JAY-Z has been in the game for decades now, releasing chart topping albums consecutively. He's been easily called the "best rapper alive," but with the release of '4:44' he's taking on new territory. It is his most vulnerable album to date, getting candid about infidelity in his high power marriage with Beyonce, failing as a father, continuing a legacy with his children.
The video does not contain his actual lyrics, but images portrayed about the black culture and police brutality as of lately.
What are your thoughts on the video?