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Music Video: Ex's & Oh's

Artisit: Elle King

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2015
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:44

  • Copyright: Elle King

Music Video For Ex's & Oh's By Artist Elle King

Reviews For Ex's & Oh's By Artist Elle King

  • Great Video

    By HtwoOreviewer
    This is an amazing song. It's a great video. However, I really think if Motern Media directed it, it would be better. Elle King should star in the next movie Slingshot Cops, but only if she goes on youtube to watch Local Legends and likes it.
  • Girl Power

    By PaisaEnOregon
    This is the video we’ve been waiting for! We could watch this all day, great vid and a killer voice.
  • Nice to see the guys get equal time

    By snickersnack
    After years and years of "cherry pie" type videos it's nice to see the guys up there...Love it.
  • Good video..

    By Cachey14
    But it's not for everyone. Some people may get thrown off by the suggestive content. I really love the late '60s/early '70s vibe they're going for this video. It fits in really well with the Motown-y style of music here.

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