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Music Video: Doing It (feat. Rita Ora)

Artisit: Charli XCX

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2015
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:55

  • Copyright: Charli XCX

Music Video For Doing It (feat. Rita Ora) By Artist Charli XCX

Reviews For Doing It (feat. Rita Ora) By Artist Charli XCX


    Nice music video goes with the song and the album, the only thing better than a music video by Charli XCX is having her for a daughter, she is my real daughter, I am her biological daddy and she could marry whomever. She continues to amaze me with her positive attitude and ability to work quickly. She also has a Tiesto remix of Break The Rules that I just brag about constantly. Tell 3 friends. Xoxis20
  • Love it

    By Charlis XCX
    Just bought it on iTunes! I love it! It's on repeat
  • Such a good video!!! :)

    By Jsa1192
    I love this song & video & REALLY love Charli XCX! She's such a good singer/songwriter :) if you haven't already got her new album SUCKER then get it NOW you won't regret it! I don't have to skip a track while listening to it & that's rare for me these days. Glad she made this version of Doing It w/ Rita Ora (who I also love) hope she makes this her next single in the U.S! & if not this then another great song from Sucker. I love you Charli! ❤️
  • Great

    By countryboyyyyyy
    Its a great song but kinda like break the rules video, i dint want to spend a dollar 99 watching charlie dance around

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