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Music Video: Dance for You

Artisit: Beyoncé

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2011
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 5:14

  • Copyright: Beyoncé

Music Video For Dance for You By Artist Beyoncé

Reviews For Dance for You By Artist Beyoncé

  • Dance for You

    By Panache USA
    Another great success for Beyonce! This video shows her evolution into one of the most adaptable artist of our time. Enjoy every frame!
  • Epic

    By dammitdanny21
    What's not to love about king B?
  • HAWT

    By Juicy1974
    Very Sexi, I Love her Music
  • SEX.

    By Lilemjo
    That is the sexiest video I have ever seen.. you go girl! I love the you, song, and the video! Beyonce you're my idol!
  • Make that body rock, B!!!

    By Heard 'em say
    Very nice song. Very sexy video. Not a waste of money. Jay-Z is one lucky son-of-a... ;D !!!
  • Man

    By Damontè
    Sexy song sexy woman sexy dance.
  • Why my video will not play and when I go to write a problem it say can't connect to iTunes what up

    By Djediaz
  • I love it B! Keep it up girl! Congrats!

    By Little One's Toy
    Love it!
  • MY FAV!!!

    By Nell
    I love B!! This is my fav song by her!! I even learned the choreography :)
  • Awesome!

    By ILASLSDM!!!
    Has to be one of my favorite (if not my favorite) Beyonce video!

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