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Music Video: Sweet Nothing (feat. Florence Welch)

Artisit: Calvin Harris

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:30

  • Copyright: Calvin Harris

Music Video For Sweet Nothing (feat. Florence Welch) By Artist Calvin Harris

Reviews For Sweet Nothing (feat. Florence Welch) By Artist Calvin Harris

  • Sweet perfection

    By Readaholic!!!📚
    I absolutely love Florence's voice it's amazing and it tells a wonderful story :) I listen to it ALL the time especially when I read :) a great track added on to a beautiful voice equals sweet perfection :)
  • Gorgeous Actor

    By Lyriagar
    I'm not even going to mention Florence and Harris because it's obvious…... it was a good match. How about that drop dead gorgeous actor being beat up!!! OMG I want to come to his rescue so bad. He is sooooooooooooo hot! I can't stand it! Looking forward to see him in more movies!
  • Sweet Everything

    By CrinkyStia
    I am glad someone picked an artist from a different genre of music on a dance track. Florence's voice is unique and gorgeous in it's own right and I think she deserves the recognition.
  • Vocal Perfection

    By Rising! !! !!! !!!! !!!!!
    Thanks Calvin Harris, for giving us Florence Welch. I love most genres, different vocal types and styles from Nina Simone to Pearl Jam. I must say her voice it unique to me (and I love it). I've never heard of her. To Florence Welch I take my hat off. You have a new fan.
  • Lovely

    By ViM2012
    (Florence's Vocals )+( Calvin's beats and production) = Absolute Class Tune

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