Take, first and foremost, the very premise of “Crazy In Love,” which is about being totally infatuated with her then-boyfriend, Jay-Z. “When you leave I’m begging you not to go,” the lyrics read. “Call your name two or three times in a row.” She has lost herself in love, falling into the now-outdated trope of a woman throwing herself at a man. The duo barely ever share the same video screen, because their two purposes are very separate: Jay-Z raps about his own accomplishments, and Beyoncé wows with her dancing. When they are both in frame, Jay-Z is the focus while the pop star dances by his side.