Jay-Z is keeping the 4:44 story going with a new video for the title track of his new album.
The song drew attention in part because the lyrics directly acknowledge Jay's relationship with wife Beyoncé and his long-rumored infidelity. So it's fitting that the newly released video short includes footage of the pair performing together as well as images of their daughter Blue Ivy.
It also borrows footage from the 1983 documentary All by Myself: The Eartha Kitt Story, with an emphasis on love, while also incorporating a handful of viral videos.
The new visual comes on the same day that 4:44 was officially wide-released to the majority of streaming platforms after being limited to Tidal for its first week. The album is still not available on Spotify.
Watch the "4:44" video below, via Tidal.