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Music Video: C'mon

Artisit: Diplo & Tiësto

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2010
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 5:15

  • Copyright: Diplo & Tiësto

Music Video For C'mon By Artist Diplo & Tiësto

Reviews For C'mon By Artist Diplo & Tiësto

  • Can I get a woot woot?

    By The Miniclip Gamer 2011
    Awesome song nuff said

    By FROSTYda88
  • Techno!!!!!!

    By Destiny;)
    I luv techno I wonder if they have this song at EDC cause if they did they would be a hit
  • BEST OF 2010

    By lmr2d2
    For me, the best track of 2010!! This video is really cool and I show it to friends to introduce them to EDM. It's a great first impression haha!
  • C'mon (16x9)

    By naedan
    I am still in the stage where it should download into my iphone/ipod....i tried purchasing this for almost 2 days now it hasn't shown up as downloaded into my iphone if this does not work maybe I should get a credit
  • Diplo fans in FL

    By Gtzray
    Be sure to check out the Close to The Edge music and art Festival, for more info and bookings check out the website. Diplo is headlining
  • At parties

    By jwhitta2
    The guys good but I don't have him totally figured out... Seems like he'd be good at parties though.
  • Great beat

    By Kroqkid
    This Dj Is a good mixer and the mix had a great beat to it.

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