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Music Video: Playing With Fire

Artisit: BLACKPINK

  • Genre: K-Pop
  • Release Date: 2016
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:28

  • Copyright: BLACKPINK

Music Video For Playing With Fire By Artist BLACKPINK

Reviews For Playing With Fire By Artist BLACKPINK

  • BlackPink Is Awesome!!!

    5
    By GhostGirl83
    I Love BlackPink Sooooo MUCH!!!
  • BLINK from USA

    5
    By Supradrift1994!
    This song is really on fire! Burn baby burn
  • Burn Baby Burn

    5
    By Ace0899
    Honestly, this song is probably my 2nd fav after Boombayah because I just love the vibe, the sound, the visuals, the sets, the outfits, and Lisa’s rap. The fact that all that fire is real? Just makes it even better.
  • :3

    5
    By ARMY UvU
    I luv itt :3
  • Perfection

    5
    By 4mIRRORMERE
    My new Jam!
  • BLINKEU

    5
    By Thats_So_Andrew
    Amazing video, great song, loveee
  • Amazing song

    5
    By Curekill
    So talented

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