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Music Video: War of Hormone

Artisit: BTS

  • Genre: K-Pop
  • Release Date: 2014
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:50

  • Copyright: BTS

Music Video For War of Hormone By Artist BTS

Reviews For War of Hormone By Artist BTS

  • omg🥺🥺

    By Stunod_
    taejin thOUGH
  • Love it

    By AMR1108
    BTS 💜💜🇺🇸🇺🇸
  • I think it’s obvious..

    By Xx_Kenzie_Girl_xX
    I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS SONG!!!!!!!!!!BTS you have done it again!!!!!(You’ve always been awesome btw if you see this review.
  • 5 Star all the way

    By Jungkookie3
    I have always liked Jungkook he has ALWAYS been my ultimate Bias but this MV is making me question that now (V is Ultimate bias wrecker here)
  • My bias

    By Asl 22
    This music video literally made me pick my bias. it was a tough choice between V, Rap Monster, and Jimin for the longest time. This video completely sold me, it’s V allllllll the way 😍😂
  • :)

    By mazensbabe
    tae in this video thO
  • YASS

    By BTS_lover909
    Jin and V killed me in there!!!!😍
  • Um yes!

    By Harryangels
    this song is very good and the beat is fantastic! 10/10

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