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Music Video: Boys

Artisit: Charli XCX

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2017
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 2:48

  • Copyright: Charli XCX

Music Video For Boys By Artist Charli XCX

Reviews For Boys By Artist Charli XCX

  • YESS

    By queen of dopeville101
  • Can the man smith

    By lj101303
    Who is here for Dan Smith from Bastille?
  • Havana

    By CoolCat6 Aka von Allmen
    I would give this a million stars if i could
  • People is recognized

    By xeldomx2
    Chromeo, Ryan Tedder, Diplo, Bleachers, Panic! At the Disco...
  • Cute af

    By ivyx99
    Need album
  • It's alright

    By _Ali_Soltan_
    Nice song, but it felt as if she relied a little too much on the music video, gaining more attention and care than her actual song.
  • Yay

    By hoello
    Nice concept
  • muy bien

    By nhffd
  • 😍

    By Chitoki-put
    Muy bueno
  • WOW

    By ben_47

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