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Music Video: Why Don't You Love Me

Artisit: Beyoncé

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2010
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:50

  • Copyright: Beyoncé

Music Video For Why Don't You Love Me By Artist Beyoncé

Reviews For Why Don't You Love Me By Artist Beyoncé

  • Beyonce is perfect

    5
    By Digdug427
    This video shows how many different beautiful amazing roles Beyonce can pull off fantastically. I love Beyonce!!!
  • Remains Bey's Best 🙌

    5
    By Paul Richie
    This video is still her best. It is incredibly ahead of it's time cinematically, and the acting on Beyoncé's part is phenomenal.
  • no one else like B

    5
    By DSD256
    she is so amazing I wish I had a women like her
  • lol

    5
    By Muzikman3785
    this is funny. this and countdown r her best videos cause of the halarity! i wanna get this but i wonder if i should cause then i will only have $4 left. but i know if i get this i will be very happpy!!!!! so we will c!
  • It's Beyonce

    5
    By Shankarma
    You will always be entertained
  • GO

    5
    By AbuzaSarutobi
    GO BEYONCÉ!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Incredible

    5
    By Dainty Dame
    :)
  • WHY

    1
    By Justice girl101
    I could see your halo but I'm pretty sure it went away. Go back to being sweet.
  • Great song. Love the video concept, it goes along well with the song.

    5
    By Karina Hardy
    I have to admit for a while I had grown tired of B's style, but with this video she's rejuvenated by interest. Great video.
  • so sexy

    5
    By mocherin
    sexy sexy sexy sexy sexy

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