Stream Jay-Z's "Footnotes: Kids" exclusively on Tidal.
If you haven't been keeping up, Jay-Z's 4:44 album has been accompanied by an endless slew of visual content. Today, we'd like to highlight the latest drop from the legendary Sean Carter, available exclusively on his streaming service Tidal. The latest visual component to his expanding collection is "Footnotes: Kids," which shines a light on the generation's next up. The clip features interviews from children across the continent, giving viewers a child's perspective on the world around them.
It's certainly endearing, and interesting to see that even the youth have strong opinions on art, politics, and society. As one aspiring dancer explains, "art is a way to express yourself without being completely precise. You can just be whoever you want." The clip tends to focus on young creators, so if you found yourself wanting to create at a young age, you might see yourself in this one. Be sure to log onto Tidal and catch "Footnotes: Kids," which is available for streaming now.
This installment of "Footnotes" was directed by Daniel Newell Kaufman, the man responsible for the Bad Boy Documentary.