Baby Boy (2003): Beyonce ft. Sean Paul
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    • by Stephen Filippelli
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      Artist: Beyonce ft. Sean Paul Video: “Baby Boy” Album: Dangerously in Love Label: Columbia Director: Jake Nava

      “Baby Boy” is the second single and music video from Beyonce’s solo debut album entitled “Dangerously in Love”, following the previous single and video hit “Crazy in Love”. In one swift move, Beyonce moves up from Jay-Z to Sean Paul but doesn’t get to have any


      scenes together with him due to Jay-Z’s jealousy. Reuniting with director Jake Nava, “Baby Boy” centers around a house with various stylized rooms (i.e. one being of Japanese style while the other being of an older English style).

      Sean Paul sits on a throne as he toasts, Beyonce leans against a wall as she dances. Next, Beyonce is on a bed tossing herself ...


      • around like she’s trying to reenact Madonna’s “Like a Virgin” stage performance (well, ok, it’s not as explicit as that but you get the point) while Sean Paul chills with several different women who are all on the floor caressing one another. Beyonce is then seen taking a stroll along the beach and flirting with a man, then she’s dancing with him
        at a party.

        Towards the end of the music video, Beyonce breaks into a solo dance sequence to the beat of an Arabic instrument as she dances in a very vigorous style on the sand (I wonder how many bones she had to break to do this one). Overall, “Baby Boy” is a catchy mid-tempo and contemporary R&B follow-up to her blockbuster predecessor “Crazy in Love”.




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