Earlier this year Jay Z appeared on Justin Timberlake's song "Suit and Tie," and now Justin Timberlake is appearing in Jay-Z's new track "Holy Grail." Besties.

The video just debuted, and here are the bold-faced press release Important Things about it: it's the first music video to debut exclusively on Facebook, and it's the first track off Magna Carta Holy Grail to get a classic music video treatement, unlike “Picasso Baby,” which was different, you guys.

But all we care about is this is The One Where He Uses A Nirvana Song.

Courtney Love owns the rights to "Smells Like Teen Spirit," and gave Jay-Z permission to use the song (which he changed the lyrics to: "And we all just entertainers / And we're stupid and contagious / And we all just entertainers"). When the Nirvana song was originally released in 1991, Jay Z was still five years away from dropping his debut album.