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Beyonce Music Video “Freakum Dress” Worn Gold Metallic Two-Piece Outfit.

"Freakum Dress" is a song by American singer and songwriter Beyoncé from her second solo studio album B'Day (2006). It was written by Beyoncé, Rich Harrison, Angela Beyoncé and Makeba Riddick. "Freakum Dress" received comparisons to Destiny's Child songs recorded in the 1990s. The song's production includes whistles, cymbal dominated scatter rhythms and a beat augmented by hi-hats and plinking keyboard pulses. Lyrically, Beyoncé advises women who have partners with straying eyes to put on alluring dresses and grind on other guys in dance clubs, to regain their affections.

"Freakum Dress" was generally well received by music critics who complimented Beyoncé's vocals as well as the assertiveness with which she delivers the lyrics. Many of them also noted that the beat of the song melds very well with the vocal arrangement and the instruments used. The music video for the song was directed by Ray Kay, with co-direction from Beyoncé, for the B'Day Anthology Video Album (2007). It features Beyoncé dancing with women of different ages, races, and sizes. Thirty metallic dresses were designed by Tina Knowles and were used in the production. Beyoncé explained that the main reason behind shooting a video for the song was to show what a "freakum dress" looks like. Well, offered here is one of the dresses Beyonce wore for that music video.

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Beyonce Music Video “Freakum Dress” Worn Gold Metallic Two-Piece Outfit (RGU)
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