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Music Video: This Is What You Came For (feat. Rihanna)

Artisit: Calvin Harris

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2016
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:59

  • Copyright: Calvin Harris

Music Video For This Is What You Came For (feat. Rihanna) By Artist Calvin Harris

Reviews For This Is What You Came For (feat. Rihanna) By Artist Calvin Harris

  • GODSGIFTTOMEN @Rihanna ?

    5
    By AceOfSpades84
    i wish i just get to hang out with you, to see, if what i see in video, is really what i see in you, on a #XGirlfriend #multiple #notsexual #justGirlsthatareFriends #APR @rickmanandrew
  • Good

    5
    By Ataul Arman
    Satisfied
  • Princess RiRi

    5
    By Badmarco29
    Anything with Princess RiRi... Is Great!! LUV The Vid
  • Fantastic song, and interesting spin on a minimalist video

    5
    By Alan Tegel
    What is interesting about this video is that it attempts to be minimalistic and not overtly sexual, but still can catch a guys eye. The song is downright fantastic ... and Rihanna did a pretty good job working it. As a guy ... she did have me mesmerized ... as for others it might not hit home as it is pretty simplistic. The key is how good is your imagination .... those that have good imaginations can fill in the blanks pretty well.
  • Love Rihanna

    5
    By Slackerroo52
    I love the video and the song because the song is easy to sing along with, has awesome sound and Rihanna is great in everything and the light show is amazing.
  • Look at it differently

    5
    By No lyrics what a
    I think if you watch the entire video it makes sence...not just the preview, which I would agree is bad. The video shows a different viewpoint of a live performance and a natural organic environment which I found interesting. Buy the video...then comment.
  • Rihanna Navy

    5
    By Twitter Lover ✌️
    I actually really love the video. It's not over top or anything, and the main focus is Rihanna and song. The song is amazing, hands down. Only thing I would change is the body suit thing she's wearing, I honestly like t it but I think it's a little too baggy, like 2 sizes smaller and I think it's fine.
  • Had no idea it was Rihanna

    3
    By Nicolerick1
    Would hear this song all the time in H&M had no idea it was Rihanna doesn't even sound like her.
  • pthpbt

    1
    By angie10napel
    pooooooooooooooooooooooop
  • YASSS

    5
    By Abby41
    SLAY QUEEN RI- YOUR VOICE IS PURE GOLD

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