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Music Video: You Don't Own Me (feat. G-Eazy)


  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2015
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:23

  • Copyright: SAYGRACE

Music Video For You Don't Own Me (feat. G-Eazy) By Artist SAYGRACE

Reviews For You Don't Own Me (feat. G-Eazy) By Artist SAYGRACE

  • Good , BUT

    By mikihowe
    The rap take away from the original song. Grace is amazing I would like to download her version of this song without the rap. Sorry G-Eazy your good but this time 3 stars
  • byneverheardbefore

    By sanjams
    New to this song great remix!!!
  • I loved it!

    By Kathygirl1950
    This song was great when it came out long ago, just as all the great songs of the 60's.....keep bringing them back!
  • You Don't Own Me (feat. G-Easy

    By jerijaguar
    look i'm a old head proud of it, i love this song just downloaded the video all dat must see the movie now. i love how they blend the old school with da new school sound.
  • great version of a wonderful oldie! thanks

    By Bill6868
    this is one of the only re do versions of an oldie, Even better than the orginal, and I would know I am a very old man!! Thanks for the rewrite! brings back wonderful memories for me.
  • 100% Great

    By urmomgoestocollege24
    Best song ever👍👍💯#YDOM
  • Excellent

    By Sarahbyu1
    Great rendition
  • Brings back memories...

    By Eric1976Navy
    Great singer, great rewrite of an oldie! Reminds me of the great music I used to listen to as a kid in Brooklyn, New York back in the 1960’s.
  • Love it

    By luciloves
    Great song
  • Beautiful

    By Reztnulb
    Love this song.

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