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Music Video: Be Still

Artisit: Kaskade

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:10

  • Copyright: Kaskade

Music Video For Be Still By Artist Kaskade

Reviews For Be Still By Artist Kaskade

  • Nice

    By Bill123456
    This song is sick, and for the comment about his video being non professional, I think this is actually quite a nice video and that videos don't always have to be of high visual quality to be infused with meaning... I think it is difficult to understand that in America.
  • Some Music just exceeds expectations!

    By Coming Home
    The video was neat, but nothing compared to the music. Kaskade produces the absolute best dance music around the world and they simply keep getting better.
  • I think Kaskade is awesome, but don't bother with this video

    By SF_Jeff
    Kaskade is making some of the best music out there, but needs to spend a little money and have some professional videos made. I think I've made better home movies. I was disappointed.
  • random

    By dannyboy xD
    watta random video. it touches my heart.
  • Love It, and the Music

    By the Mogul
    Really love his music. I'm and Imogen Heap fan, and hearing this was really fun! His best one yet has to be STARS ALIGN. But I really like BE STILL.

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