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Music Video: Daylight

Artisit: Kelly Rowland featuring Travis McCoy of Gym Class Heroes

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:29

  • Copyright: Kelly Rowland featuring Travis McCoy of Gym Class Heroes

Music Video For Daylight By Artist Kelly Rowland featuring Travis McCoy of Gym Class Heroes

Reviews For Daylight By Artist Kelly Rowland featuring Travis McCoy of Gym Class Heroes

  • I see a bright light in Travi's career!

    By KK81893
    Personally, I'm obsessed with Travis McCoy from GCH [Gym Class Heroes] and when I was younger I was definately a fan of Destiny's Child... Kelly and Travi the perfect match. :] If you're a partying type of person trying to change your act, this is the video and song for you. :]
  • Great Remake of a Song!

    By LaJohn
    This song was originally done by soul legend Bobby Womack of "If You Think You're Lonely Now Fame." Nice job Kelly!
  • Pretty Good

    By Nate Woodman
    the girl is hot and stuff and the song is ok but why the the man
  • nice re-make

    By j0y
    good re-make of a popular song from the 70's
  • ok

    i thought it was pretty good if u like this video, get Like this ft Eve
  • An ode to youth

    By Scottiey
    Kelly Rowland is not only beautiful, but talented. Does Travis McCoy go home to sleep when he says: "I'll be back in three days just like Paris's jail sentence." We have all been in our youth burning the candle at both ends. It is cool when the whole gang goes on the roof outside to greet the sun. The lighting is mood, shots are great. A great New York City feel. And McCoy's rapping is precious. "Daylight" is a perfect video for the bouncy ode to youth.
  • i think i've seen this video before...

    By homeistheword
    is it me, or does this video bear a striking resemblance to janet jackson's "thats the way love goes"? the song, the vibe, the crowd, her...
  • hey ludacris lover

    By browneyesblue
    hey ludacris lover pretty much. I met him, I saw his girl.
  • why

    By ludacris lover
    i don't see why that man is in that video everybody knows he likes white girls
  • How did iTunes get it so quick?

    By WooHoo17
    This is the first single off of Kelly Rowland's upcoming album. This is a great song and video and I wonder how iTunes got this video so quick! Kelly Rowland's voice shines and Travis McCoy does great too. I can't wait for her album. She is not as good as Beyoncé, but she still is pretty good.

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