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Music Video: Gin and Juice

Artisit: Snoop Dogg

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Explicitness: cleaned
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:24

  • Copyright: Snoop Dogg

Music Video For Gin and Juice By Artist Snoop Dogg

Reviews For Gin and Juice By Artist Snoop Dogg

  • wat!!!

    1
    By Windex18
    this aint even the right song
  • Horrible!

    1
    By 01/15/09 _Andy_+_Carolina
    This ain't the real version of the song.... & iTunes needs to put Game music videos on here!! Click yes if you agree!!!!
  • Gin,Juice,ok.But wheres the Indo?

    3
    By nathan657
    Originaly a great song and video.However this is the 'edited' version where the chorus goes "smokin, smokin'and leaves out the reference to indo. Why ? As if mixin gin n juice is more socially responsible for impressional kids ? I know its just one word ,but leaving it out of a song ive come to know over the years just aint right.
  • Boring

    1
    By tupapi2500
    This song is nothing like the original, and really I can fall asleep to the song. Please iTunes get the real one soon.
  • Diffrent Song!

    1
    By AKCanSuckMyKiss
    This is NOT the Gin and Juice that I want (iTunes)to let us choose between "Explicit" and "Clean" I want the REAL version with the REAL beat. It's one of Snoop's best videos though but with this version it is not even close the beat is wierd.
  • gin and juice

    1
    By terryvince78
    i dont this version what happens 2 original version????
  • CLASSIC

    5
    By random123456789101010
    4 everybody who saw the 30 sec preview. this is the real gin and juice. it just starts out with another another beat, then it changes to the old beat.
  • I want a refund

    1
    By j97
    I want money back because it's not the real song.
  • sweet

    5
    By hellafrisco
    There are more than one version of this song. i like this old school version. keep the classics alive
  • not real song

    1
    By 2pac_is_alive
    why does'nt itunes take some of billions of sh-ty counry music, burn it, and get the real versin of some songs,

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