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Music Video: Déjà Vu (feat. JAY-Z)

Artisit: Beyoncé

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:01

  • Copyright: Beyoncé

Music Video For Déjà Vu (feat. JAY-Z) By Artist Beyoncé

Reviews For Déjà Vu (feat. JAY-Z) By Artist Beyoncé

  • More AALIYAH Needed

    Beyonce is a nice artist, but before there was beyonce there was AALIYAH, SO PLEASE EVERYONE WRITE LETERS TO ITUNES ASKING FOR MORE AALIYAH BECAUSE UNLIKE BEYONCE HAVING DOZENS OF VIDEOS HERE ON ITUNES, their are Only 2 AALIYAH videos on iTunes!! Well thanks for the help...!!!!! You all rock!!!!
  • GREAT song, TERRIBLE video

    By La Musiqe
    This is uniquely sexy, but still sexy, and she doesn't make it look good like Lady gaga does.
  • 6th reviewer!

    By BOB55555
    wow this video is realy good, but whats with the tatoo pantyhose?oh well, its realy good!
  • I was impressed when I first saw this..

    By 3CandyCaneCasey3
    I still am, even though I first saw it September '06. one of the best basslines in it , too.
  • Beyonce Rocks :-)

    By lrbrownie
    Beyonce is totally amazing! This song is really catchy and the video is so original and entertaining! I Love Beyonce!!! :-)
  • OK cuz JZ got a part

    By CJ$$$
    its all right only becuz JZ got a role, and has a decent part. Good beat
  • Woah...

    By alexaxelalu
    I Like Beyonce, and i love this song, but the video is...weird. Still nice music xD

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