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Music Video: Step One Two

Artisit: Kaskade

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 2:56

  • Copyright: Kaskade

Music Video For Step One Two By Artist Kaskade

Reviews For Step One Two By Artist Kaskade

  • anyone else feel dizzy?

    By bananalover21
    after watching this music video my head was spinning! (not in a good way) i think it was cheaply made. ok song though...
  • Good

    By 644matt
    It was going to be at club space in Miami but things ran a little short so. it went with the singers idea
  • WOOT

    By jferlisi
    love the music video. so much fun put into it. it makes me want to go and do that. way to go kaskade!!!
  • Fantastic song, cheep video

    By nomanisan
    Audio quality is fine, song is superb, but Kaskade needs to hire a better video production team. Like the "Be Still" video, this one has the appearance and slapdash editing of an amateur fan's home video.
  • Very Low Budget

    By Spud Shady
    Kaskade has put out such a great song that there should be a great video to accompany it! This is just a bunch of people rolling around in the grass. So cheap.

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