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Music Video: Get Low

Artisit: Dillon Francis & DJ Snake

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2014
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:32

  • Copyright: Dillon Francis & DJ Snake

Music Video For Get Low By Artist Dillon Francis & DJ Snake

Reviews For Get Low By Artist Dillon Francis & DJ Snake

  • Let’s get low

    5
    By Missy L. Halfmann
    C’mon people! #Getlow
  • why?

    1
    By MU$1C4L1F3
    i loved the song, but the video just ruined it for me. one of the most disturbing things i have ever seen....
  • Bad video

    2
    By Zarb Ebner
    Maybe the album is good, maybe the song is good, but what I'm reviewing here is the video. It's just another music video where men in power get to sit back and watch scantily clad women dance around. Not only is it sexist, but there's no originality either. The only thing the director came up with on his own was probably stacking the multi-colored lawn chairs. There is no plot. If I really wanted to watch women in this fashion, I would go to the dark part of the Internet. Songs with few lyrics, like this one, present a video director with so many creative opportunities, but none were taken.
  • Watched The Preview

    4
    By Cometcandy
    I was thinking of Egypt when I first heard this song
  • Get Low Video

    5
    By AjdsI
    Great album, glad to have found Dillon in the first place. Worth the money and work. Thanks Dillon.

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