News RnB 22/07/2017

Jay-Z Drops 'Kill Jay Z' Video On TIDAL: Watch

Jay-Z Drops 'Kill Jay Z' Video On TIDAL: Watch

New York, NY (Top40 Charts) The latest video from JAY-Z's new 4:44 album is here, and this time it's for the intro, "Kill Jay Z. The clip is directed by Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz. The two-minute black-and-white clip kicks off with a young man who's seemingly running for his life. Sporting a "Stay Black" T-shirt, the frantic runner has sweat spraying behind him. Eventually, aerial shots depict a man in the desert and a man swimming through the ocean.

Much like "4:44" and "BAM" before it, "Kill Jay Z" plays with the original song in creative ways. For this one, Hov's verse starts off a cappella. Later, it slows down and is replaced by the sounds of waves crashing.

"Kill Jay Z," which is currently No. 55 on the Hot 100, is just the latest visual off the platinum 4:44, following clips for "The Story of O.J.," "4:44," and the Damian Marley-assisted "BAM."

4:44 is currently No. 1 on the Billboard 200. In its second week of availability, but first since its TIDAL exclusivity, the album moved 262,000 equivalent album units (174,000 traditional). Watch 'Kill Jay Z' below:

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