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Music Video: Like This

Artisit: Kelly Rowland featuring Eve

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2007
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:36

  • Copyright: Kelly Rowland featuring Eve

Music Video For Like This By Artist Kelly Rowland featuring Eve

Reviews For Like This By Artist Kelly Rowland featuring Eve

  • WOAH!!!

    5
    By coolcool!
    LOVE IT, LOVE IT, LOVE IT!!!!!! I heard this song about a month ago and I jumped up and started dancing. This is the Kelly i've been waiting for. she looks awesome sounds awesome and isn't runner-up to Beyonce any more. I wish her the very very very best in her solo career.
  • ~Great!~

    5
    By 1Britt1
    The video and the song are both Great!!!!
  • good video

    5
    By rachforce
    get this video it is a good buy
  • great song

    5
    By one_alone
    definetely gonna stay on the charts for a while
  • THE BOMB

    5
    By sieglerminn
    THIS IS THE BEST SONG AND VIDEO

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