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Music Video: Good Form (feat. Lil Wayne)

Artisit: Nicki Minaj

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2018
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:58

  • Copyright: Nicki Minaj

Music Video For Good Form (feat. Lil Wayne) By Artist Nicki Minaj

Reviews For Good Form (feat. Lil Wayne) By Artist Nicki Minaj

  • Amazing

    By eli03ojo
    Stunning video
  • Nicki Minaj

    By alan123luna
    Queen.. love it
  • Stop hating

    By ghostfacetre
    You killed it Nicki Minaj forget the haters
  • yaaas

    By goldenturtle268
    love it
  • Queen Of Rap!

    By MRed30
    Is Onika Tanya Maraj!
  • legend

    By happybirthday3333
    perfect video

    By JoJo Cupkpckae
    she’s winning
  • Onika

    By YoutubeSMH
  • Video of the Year!

    By KorenLove
    This music video is honestly her best yet! You can tell the effort and time she put into this video! 10 stars!
  • Looks all the same.

    By mark__jamezz
    Is it me or is her content starting to look and sound the same 🙄

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