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Music Video: Please Don't Go

Artisit: Mike Posner

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2010
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:16

  • Copyright: Mike Posner

Music Video For Please Don't Go By Artist Mike Posner

Reviews For Please Don't Go By Artist Mike Posner

  • hmmm...

    3
    By RChelicopter
    Lil Wayne looks like he does not want to be in the music video
  • great beat

    5
    By Bigdicwilly
    Hey did fool me I thought it was justin bieber my baD Not only he attended the school witch happens to have my favrite basketball team Go Blue Devils But he does have vocals great song and keep up the good work !
  • Worth

    5
    By Kevin Boston
    I luhhhh dhis song bruhh
  • Great song

    5
    By (RVCA)ARod
    Blonde girl makes it better
  • Awesom

    5
    By Deathmouse
    Very catchy song
  • Soul in the Voice

    5
    By Kelonu
    Old timers always say new music doesn't have soul anymore. Mike Posner has a genuine soul about his voice. Not forced. Smooth and catchy. I see him a a certified star. Looking forward to many more hits.
  • DUKE!!!!!!!

    5
    By Pager95
    Whoooo!!!!! Go Duke!!! Awesome song!!!!!
  • Great Video, Great Concept

    5
    By gchristian388
    I love this video. The concept goes well with the song. The editing and effects were done very well. I still wonder how they do it so perfectly.
  • Love it

    5
    By Bad abb
    Soooo awesome I just love his songs
  • ?

    3
    By <3sweetcarolime
    They film this in Pedro?

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