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Music Video: Hymn for the Weekend

Artisit: Coldplay

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2016
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:20

  • Copyright: Coldplay

Music Video For Hymn for the Weekend By Artist Coldplay

Reviews For Hymn for the Weekend By Artist Coldplay

  • Not good

    By Doctor airsoft
    Coldplay you can do better than this! You can't just play repetitive note after repetitive note and expect people to by this!!!
  • great

    By 812 vbdehffvghjky
    great song and video
  • LOVE It !

    By cute Latina22
    Beautiful. I love multicultural :) I feel this video expresses life , love, and beauty. ;) So beautiful. I enjoy this song, the music, and the happiness. This shows hoe beautiful the world is . Rock on, Coldplay !! Rock on :)
  • VIDEO quality is LOW. GRAINY VIDEO

    By Parker Knight
    Video quality is pixelated and not good. At least Adele is 78 MB and most Apple Music Video is around 50MB. LTE download speed is so fast 50MB is like 3 seconds. BUT, Apple sells Retina Pixel iPad iPhone and iMac. 4K and 5K display and their music video quality is definitely at standard definition. Where are 1080p or 4K music video contents?

    By Shrun21
  • Incredible!!!

    By Gouyonnet
    There is an Indian lady comment stating that she feels offended on the way their race is profiled in the video, this is nonsense, you should be greatfull to Chris Martin by the way he approaches the video converting it in a multicultural experience. Your "race" as you called it belongs to everybody and Beyoncé's beauty just remarked your styles in the possible way and Chris Martin is such a genius that the video in general is a very positively and spiritually well spoken piece of art. Incredible!!!
  • Beauty

    By Rm1cool
    Shows the beauty of Beyoncé and cold plays sound. It's truly amazing😍 This song is defiantly a favorite and it gives you a sensation that you are in India and have a sense of culture. Gives you deep feels. Love it.
  • Love it

    By jparmar
    I always liked Coldplay but this song/video just show their talent. How they tied their sound with Beyoncé and then make the video so diverse/ multicultural 👍🏼
  • Misinterpreting Indian Culture

    By brony.1917161625
    As an Indian Woman, I can't help but feel offended that they portrayed my race in such a way. I don't really mind, buts it's the fact that a non-Indian woman dressed in traditional Indian fashion and imitated our profound culture that really irritates me.
  • Yas Beyonce!😍😍😍😘

    By Alex daft punkfan1

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