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Music Video: Hellevator

Artisit: Stray Kids

  • Genre: K-Pop
  • Release Date: 2017
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:10

  • Copyright: Stray Kids

Music Video For Hellevator By Artist Stray Kids

Reviews For Hellevator By Artist Stray Kids

  • Favorite SKZ song

    By Falsard
    My favorite Stray Kids song of all time. The choreography is just - WOW. It fits with the beat and the song! Great job on your pre-debut song guys!
  • i love Stray Kids 😫❤️

    By Limelight~Army
    literally the first time i watched a Stray Kids video was this video’s iTunes clip. i instantly thought Han was so cute lol. this video is so beautifully made and these incredibly talented guys hv worked their absolute hardest to make their music and videos perfect for Stay! they deserve so much love! ❤️😭
  • Omg Stray Kids yes

    By Paprika2017
    Omg thank you so much I been waiting for so long, I thought I will never get the chance to buy this MV thank you so much. How ever made this possible

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