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Music Video: Moth To A Flame

Artisit: Swedish House Mafia & The Weeknd

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2021
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:13

  • Copyright: Swedish House Mafia & The Weeknd

Music Video For Moth To A Flame By Artist Swedish House Mafia & The Weeknd

Reviews For Moth To A Flame By Artist Swedish House Mafia & The Weeknd

  • Cool video, but needs explicit/TV-MA label

    By sprscwbys09
    Abel can never disappoint! This music video was very well made and creative. Swedish House Mafia is pulling off one of the most amazing comebacks in modern pop — and I’m living for it! I do have to say that the video should be treated like an R rated movie. It needs a red explicit/Parental Advisory label, at the very least. If this music video was a TV show, the proper rating would be TV-MA-S, for explicit s*xual activity. No kid 12 or under should watch this video. It is just far too graphic. If you’re 13 years old, you should have an older (16+) sibling/cousin/friend watch this with you. If you’re 14-15 years old, this is the kind of video you watch with your friends or your siblings/cousins, not with your parents. If you’re 16-17 years old, your parents might not have a problem with you watching this video on your own phone/computer or in the same room as them. Now if you’re 18+ and your parents get upset with you for watching this, you need to remind them that Madonna was doing stuff like this in the 90s! And you need to move out LOL. Hope this gives some insight into what kind of video this is. This isn’t your regular PG/PG-13 video from Abel, that’s for sure!

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