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Music Video: We Fly High

Artisit: Jim Jones

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:45

  • Copyright: Jim Jones

Music Video For We Fly High By Artist Jim Jones

Reviews For We Fly High By Artist Jim Jones

  • YOLO

    By Ooooooooooooiooo
    You only live ones
  • Candy shop

    By Dalayzion
    Where did u get that saleen
  • nice

    By mr i hate this app
    itunes please put we fly high (remix)
  • we flying high

    By Ray1
    jim jones is a good rapper great song and video

    By Patrick Lamothe
    This song is tight, but the remix is way better. Man, they need to put the remix vid on itunes, and they need to put explicit versions of vids up!
  • annoying as hell

    By HipHopIsDead770
    just a one hit wonder. havnt u noticed your career is FALLIN'!!!
  • We Fly High

    By Toye08
    We Stay BALLIN!! Luv Diz Song!! Ya'll Shud Download Dis Shytz Itz oFf Da Shiznitt!!
  • we fly high

    By arkangel17
    not exceed
  • Amazing

    By sami_marcy
    This is an awesome song...so is the remix...there are tons of artists on the remix....but this was probably on every basketball warmup CD in the country...it was amazing...Jim Jones is my hero!!!
  • One Crazy Single!!!!!!!

    By KawasakiMonster
    This Is Jim Jones First Single Of Of His Album "Hustlers P.O.M.E. It Is An Awsome Video It Has A Really Good Beat Jim Jones Has Been Improving Ever Since He Had His 2cd Single "Emotionless" Id Say Emotionless Is A Good Video But We Fly High Has Way Better Lyrics Buy The Song. Near The End It Changes Beats It Really Cool And He Tell This Story & The End Just Buy It!

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