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Music Video: I Will Never Let You Down

Artisit: Rita Ora

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2014
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:27

  • Copyright: Rita Ora

Music Video For I Will Never Let You Down By Artist Rita Ora

Reviews For I Will Never Let You Down By Artist Rita Ora

  • Fantastic video

    5
    By natethe1st
    An awesome video showing how one person doesn't give up to make another person proud.
  • You Never Have 😍

    5
    By PatMac 60
    Rita Rocks Always a Fun Time Love you Rita ❤️
  • Rita Ora

    5
    By ARISGR
    Great song, but why not release the single??? It makes absolutely no sense to release the video first...
  • It's a good song but...

    4
    By Kyle Charles J.
    Why did they only release the video and not the actual single?
  • The pattern continues...

    4
    By Well-Rounded Dancer
    As much as i love rita ora, artists (not just rita ora) need to stop resorting to releasing solely music videos of their content on iTunes. It makes it extremely difficult when you want to purchase something that is only available in certain formats in other countries. Besides that point, Ora’s debut album was a jam, and i look forward to whatever more she brings to the table in her next album! The Harris Produced track fits her vocally quite well and is a shift from other styles of pop music out day. But the song still compliments cheryl’s call my name and ne-yo’s let go in a good way, which were both produced by harris. In terms of the music video, also well put off, but would of liked less scene changes and more focus on quality not quantity! i will definitely be purchasing her single though on april 22nd when it comes out in the united states!
  • Video before single.

    4
    By Spud Shady
    Yet another phenomenon that often occurs on iTunes. This is rather annoying to me. I wish the single would come out first. I'm spending more money trying to get the song. I think that's the point of it all: to make more money -maybe- I really don't get it either. As for the song and video itself it's rather good.
  • Her best video to date

    5
    By LTM41
    Its a great video but why is this available and not the single? That makes no sense at all
  • Delish

    5
    By .dae
    Very cute vid. U look&Sound yummy. Now to release the single.

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