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Music Video: Ready for the Weekend

Artisit: Calvin Harris

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:45

  • Copyright: Calvin Harris

Music Video For Ready for the Weekend By Artist Calvin Harris

Reviews For Ready for the Weekend By Artist Calvin Harris

  • WHAT THE HOTSAUSE?

    1
    By Megmilo1002
    What the heck is this song about? It's like a bad version of "It's Friday"
  • Very Creative

    5
    By CR640
    This video rocks!
  • ready for weekend

    5
    By maleman #1
    love the video . creative song is awesome loved it first time i heard the song and saw the video.
  • rocks rocks rocks!!!

    5
    By musicINmotioN.
    this calvin boy thin is a killer he is just a gr8 dj
  • calvin harris is the future

    5
    By djcflo
    this guy is killin it right now! do your thing!!!

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