JAY-Z's "Kill Jay Z" video is now available to watch everywhere, a week after it dropped exclusively on Tidal.

Directed by Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz, the begins with a young man who is running away from something that might do him some harm. You can see the anguish on the young man’s face while donning a “Stay Black” T-shirt. From there we see an aerial shot of man in the desert and another person (possibly the young man) swimming in the ocean.

As with all of the videos he's released thus far, the clip appeared on Tidal exclusively for a week before being made public to non-subscribers. Jay has also released the "footnotes" for the video as well.

Although Jay got extremely personal on 4:44, fans will have a chance to delve deeper into his life, as his relationship with Kanye West (which he discusses in part on "Kill Jay Z) is the subject of a new documentary, Public Enemies: Jay-Z v Kanye roduced by ACME Films for Channel 4 (UK), which is set to air on the channel on July 31.

In the meantime, take a look at the video above.

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