Jay-Z makes political statements in star-studded 'Family Feud' music video

The video features a who's who of celebrities, including Beyoncé and Blue Ivy.

— -- Jay-Z debuted an eight-minute short, directed by Ava DuVernay, as the video for his single, "Family Feud," and it features a who's who of celebrities.

Actress Susan Kelechi Watson appears to play a grown-up version of Blue, who, according to the story, has become one of "America's founding mothers" and "revised the Constitution... at a time... when some thought that making America great meant making us afraid of each other."

Jay-Z, 48, Beyoncé, 36, and Blue Ivy, 5, appear in the latter part of the video, which takes place in a church. At one point, the rapper sits in a confession booth, with his singer-wife on the other side.

Previously, Jay-Z opened up about his infidelity, which he also references in the lyrics of the the track.

The video for "Family Feud," which appears on the rapper's Grammy Award-nominated album 4:44, is streaming on the website for the rapper's streaming service, Tidal.