Beyonce’s Mad Max Inspired Video For “Run The World (Girls)”

The video Run The World (Girls) by Beyonce Knowles premiered on American Idol to mixed reviews. Run The World is the lead single off of Knowles upcoming album 4 scheduled to be release on June 28, 2011.  The dance heavy, Mad Max inspired & fashion forward video is definitely entertaining.  The intensity in the video mirrors the aggressive and empowering message as men are reduced to staring on the sidelines wishing they could shake it like Beyonce & her girls.  While I’m not a fan of the song and its frequent tempo changes, it’s Beyonce so it will get so much radio and television air time that it will probably grow on me in a month or two.

My only request is for her to put some plus size Diva’s in her next video so ALL girls are represented.

Here is the video for you to view:

My favorite part of the song is when she sings, “Who Run The World, GIRLS!”. What’s your favorite part of the song?

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Comments

  1. Magda says

    There’s a photo of Pieter Hugo – taken by Pogus Caesar a black british photographer, on Flickr. Beautiful grainy B&W portrait!

    Thought I’d just share.

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