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Music Video: Shawty (feat. T-Pain)

Artisit: Plies

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2007
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:12

  • Copyright: Plies

Music Video For Shawty (feat. T-Pain) By Artist Plies

Reviews For Shawty (feat. T-Pain) By Artist Plies

  • YEAH

    5
    By t-pizzle
    A YO T-PAIN WAZ ROCKIN DEM SHADEZ AND DIS SONG IZ SICK I LUV DIS SONG A YOU NOE DEY REALLY SHOULD HOOK ME UP WIT DA MONEY DER ONLY 3 REVIEWZ AND I JUST EXTENTED IT 2 4 REVIEWS
  • Well, atleast it tells you some of the swears in it!

    4
    By musicuziluvit
    I LUV this song and this song is the one that plays on the radio! So still-Ignore where it says CLEAN because I have both the clean and dirty ones, this one is cleaner almost saffe for kids, but it's still a good song!
  • THis song is off da hook

    5
    By Souljakid tell'em
    this is 1 of my favorite songs and i feel like T-Pain sings better when it's not his song.
  • Even tho Im not your man im not your not my girl but im a call u my Shawty!!!!

    5
    By ~&hearts:
    This song is fire.........and *Plies* is sooooo...........HOT/SEXY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Buy it. *Plies* u are so.......Fine.!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Love U Boo.Plies u my man And Plies if u read your reviews Im with u all the way. Luv Ya Must buy.

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