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Music Video: Blame (feat. John Newman)

Artisit: Calvin Harris

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2014
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:14

  • Copyright: Calvin Harris

Music Video For Blame (feat. John Newman) By Artist Calvin Harris

Reviews For Blame (feat. John Newman) By Artist Calvin Harris

  • the best song EVER

    By kimya_is_a_mermaid
  • :P

    By Zstick
    perve director much
  • Blame-Music Video

    By ck_royale
    Awesome video with John Newman and Calvin Harris. Great collaboration and transitioning overall.
  • VMA: clubland award

    By Dpridgen0123
    It will definitely win that award. Also a Grammy for best dance recording
  • What a collab

    By Hit boiiiiiiii
    John newman, a great singer partnering up with the best edm producer out there. The video fits the song perfectly with great emotion
  • Great Sound...

    By Racct
    John maybe somewhat new but what a sound, great voice, great look, great beat, etc. This guy will definitely only keep growing. A very talented artist.

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