"Fighter" Infinite Love For Kids Fighting Cancer

Kostas Lymperopoulos | Kostas Lymperopoulos | Music Video | 2017 | USA

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Music video for Taylor Tote's song. 'Fighter' is an authentic representation of kids fighting for their lives due to cancer.

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