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Music Video: Vogue

Artisit: Madonna

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:52

  • Copyright: Madonna

Music Video For Vogue By Artist Madonna

Reviews For Vogue By Artist Madonna

  • Real dancing

    5
    By sirNader
    So innovative! No one sounds or comes close to her madjesty. Iconic.
  • Absolute Classic

    5
    By Dolllover22
    Vogue, as well as Like a Prayer and Express Yourself, is a classic video that every film student should watch. And every Madonna fan. Music fan. Living, breathing human. The dancing is incredible, the song itself is timeless, and Mr. Fincher is a wonderful director! Though, iTunes, could you please change the date from 2009 to its original 1990, it makes it confusing for non-fans (even if it is a little obvious because of Madonna's looks, it's too timeless to look very dated.) Thanks, and please buy this! Love it! .
  • to Allyoopxoxo

    5
    By DragonRS10
    Please tell your cousin Allyoop17 to come back to iTunes and explore. Learn more about the ground breakers of music and build a knowledge base and an appreciation of all genres of music, Past, Present and Future. Free Your Mind -- (pun intended) Don't Judge.
  • Best video/song of Madonna

    5
    By dna_gourmet
    i consider this song and video her best of all time. No one will ever come close to Vogue.
  • Art Appropriation

    5
    By maverickshaw.com
    Clever use of lyrics pinched from performance artist Martha Rosler reading Vogue magazine; visual style inspired by the art canons most iconically classic shapes; and of course the attitude of New York City underground marginal art groups as seen in documentary Paris Is Burning.
  • A Video Of Historic Magnitude

    5
    By himynameisbrent
    Vogue was a landmark moment in Madonna's musical history. From the moment I heard it for the very first time, it made me feel shiny and new. No, wait...wrong song. The video also elevated Madonna to a new level of sophistication. It was a master class in fabulousness. Being gay, I assumed I would be able to master the art of Vogueing. Sadly, I was wrong. But oh, how I tried.
  • OmegaTony

    5
    By OmegaTony
    Like many of the great artists of our day (...ie those days when videos first came out, LOL) this video would be a hit no matter what time period it debuted. MJ, Madonna, George Michael, and Whitney all helped to make music videos what they are today.
  • ICONIC!

    5
    By Genasik
    One of the greatest music videos ever!
  • 💗This woman!

    5
    By Veegirl71
    She is a goddess!!! I admire her to the fullest......
  • Love

    5
    By VINNIE 15
    I love to vogue

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