On Aug. 29 American hip hop recording artist Jay Z released an official music video for his single "Holy Grail" featuring Justin Timberlake on his official Facebook page. The video is just over five minutes long and it was directed by Anthony Mandler. You can watch Jay Z's official "Holy Grail" music video featuring Justin Timberlake here.
The video begins with Jay Z rapping inside a room that has televisions, vanity mirrors, and a throne type chair. During Timberlake's verse he is seen walking into a building. The room he walks into features five women covered in sheer, white sheets. They are each sitting in a chair, and as Timberlake sings his verse, the women move around while still sitting in the chairs.
The song "Holy Grail" is the lead single from Jay Z's twelfth studio album, "Magna Carta Holy Grail". The album was released on July 4 via Roc Nation, Roc-A-Fella, Universal and it reached No. 1 on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart. The song features guest vocals from Justin Timberlake and the album also features collaborations with Rick Ross, Frank Ocean, and Beyoncé.
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