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Music Video: Crazy In Love

Artisit: Beyoncé & JAY-Z

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:55

  • Copyright: Beyoncé & JAY-Z

Music Video For Crazy In Love By Artist Beyoncé & JAY-Z

Reviews For Crazy In Love By Artist Beyoncé & JAY-Z

  • Sexygirl

    By doglover🤩🤩😄
    Love the butt shaking part!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I love the earlier vids!!
  • Wow

    By MonsterSackboy9
    It reminds me of the old Britney Spears, you should do more videos like this
  • the queen arrive

    By cococdrtuiy
    best song and video ever love yah beyonce and always will
  • Actor

    By Trampus Pitts
    Most outstanding!
  • Still A Iconic Video!! This sets the tone!

    By Zwade D.
    Iconic ! Still love this video. Red pumps jeans and that infamous belly button necklace!! What a way to walk into the game & still be BEYOND the name of the lights!! Love you!!!!!!!! P.s this is the only video that I can't figure out which scene is my favorite part. Ehh! Lol maybe the lights & you working it in front of the camera :)
  • Woohoo

    By BrunoMars
    I never get tied of dis video
  • Awesome

    By 110595
    I was young when this video came out and love it more than when it 1st came out
  • One of her best!

    By UFART
    i even love the song
  • LOVE!!!!

    By Jade2superfly
    who doesnt?
  • 2 Thumbs Up

    By i242
    Favorite Video!

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