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Music Video: Mamacita

Artisit: Collie Buddz

  • Genre: Reggae
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:43

  • Copyright: Collie Buddz

Music Video For Mamacita By Artist Collie Buddz

Reviews For Mamacita By Artist Collie Buddz

  • collie buddz is a beautiful man

    By lightlight
    i like the music, and collin is hot.
  • Soca Mami

    By sweethoney785
    I luv collie buddz and all reggae dancehall calypso!! this video is hot.I wish itunes had more caribbean vidz
  • I Love The Dancing !

    By reggaeman35
    Reggae Music Is Hot ! This song is Hot ! Keep it up Mon ! It Gives me joy to see Bob Marley's Music, ( And Jamaica's Culture ) Spread to other Parts Of the World. Music Should Unite Us. One Love !!!
  • Hot Video For Hot Song

    By Q. Lombardi
    Even though the song takes Kevin Lyttle's Turn Me On, slows it down, and adds a few instruments to it the song Mamacita is still Hot.

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