Jay Z Dropped the Video for 'Moonlight'

Here's the video for "Moonlight," which doubles as a 'Friends' parody.

On Friday, Jay Z dropped the music video for "Moonlight," which is just the latest such vid to be made out of a track off of 4:44. It was directed by Alan Yang, of Master of None fame. And, as you'll see if you're able to watch it, the clip is a parody of Friends made with black actors. You've got Lil Rey Howery from Get Out as Joey, Lakeith Stanfield from Atlanta as Chandler, and Jerrod Carmichael from The Carmichael Show as David Schwimmer.

On the ladies side there's Issa Rae as Rachel, Tessa Howard as Monica, and Tiffany Haddish as Phoebe. It also has Hannibal Burress playing himself as the seventh friend, just like the original show. In addition, you get some audio from that Oscars mix-up where the wrong movie got the Best Picture Award until they fixed it and gave it to Moonlight however many minutes later.

You can watch a teaser above if you're not a Tidal subscriber. If you are, you know where to go.

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