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Music Video: Halo

Artisit: Beyoncé

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:44

  • Copyright: Beyoncé

Music Video For Halo By Artist Beyoncé

Reviews For Halo By Artist Beyoncé

  • Too bad Beyonce

    By AnnelieseClareH
    All she's doing is trying to be sexy wondering how to dance with a stupid guy.
  • favorite song!

    By jeroldchao
    written by ryan tedder from one republic... don't give all credit to beyonce! she had the amazing voice to make the song complete though.
  • crushen

    By tyra.。.:*☆
    i love beyonce..... and i loooooooove michael ealy! he's so freaking hot!
  • Makes me cry...Do This

    By Kikibambina
    Say your crush's name 10 times Put your hand over your heart Post this on 5 other videos Tomorrow, he'll either ask you out or say "I love you".
  • Allll!

    By iHohnerr
    the its must have klipsong !!!
  • Michael

    By Serena5555878
    I love beyonce but I only want it cuz of michael ealy with his fine self
  • Good

    By Kiy-kiy
    Well I watched it, it seems slow but I liked it.
  • Stunning.

    By YOSF0113
    I love the song, and the video is good too. What some people need to know is that love does not need to be expressed by colourful graphics, fancy dresses and an elaborate storyline in the video. If you really love someone very deep, your love can even be displayed in daily actions.
  • Halo asosom

    By Doppey 1234
    I love the and video but i don't like the guy sorry.
  • Haloooh

    By BorderBabi
    My fav song!!! so beautiful! this will b my weeding song!

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