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  • The song's video features Kim busting some moves at a waterfront park in Brooklyn. She told Radio.com: "I like to dance, and when you come to our shows, it happens. Matt was just like, 'Why don't we just have a video where you dance?'"

    "We have a video like that for 'Overexposed' from 2012's Lightning," she added. "But doing it outside was maybe a bad idea. In New York City in February! Not the first time we did that!"

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