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Jay Z premieres video for “Holy Grail”

This is what we have been waiting for! Jay Z has released the music video for “Holy Grail” on his official Facebook page and, like the single, it features Justin Timberlake.

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It’s here! It’s finally here!

The much-anticipated video for Jay Z’s “Holy Grail” featuring the vocal accompaniment of the talented Justin Timberlake — who, coincidentally, is also his touring buddy — has been released today through the rapper’s Facebook page on Thursday.

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For most of the music clip, we see Jay Z rapping, surrounded by some intense imagery of limbless Greek-style statues scattered about in what appears to be an abandoned building, sitting in front of several television screens. Timberlake intercuts for the soulful bridge of the song, walking through a room of live statues under white covers and later surrounded by fire. Didn’t we say intense?

The video has is it all: visual rawness, force, subtle allusions set to carefully designed lyrics and performed by two of the most influential artists in the music industry today.

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We also enjoyed the neat trick of slowing down Jay or Timberlake’s singing for emphatic purposes; it was unexpected but worked in the format.

“Holy Grail” is a single from Jay Z’s 12th studio album, Magna Carta Holy Grail, which was released in July.

Check out the video and let us know what you think!

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