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Music Video: Sweetest Girl (Dollar Bill) [feat. Akon, Lil Wayne & Niia]

Artisit: Wyclef Jean

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2007
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 5:03

  • Copyright: Wyclef Jean

Music Video For Sweetest Girl (Dollar Bill) [feat. Akon, Lil Wayne & Niia] By Artist Wyclef Jean

Reviews For Sweetest Girl (Dollar Bill) [feat. Akon, Lil Wayne & Niia] By Artist Wyclef Jean

  • ehh

    By chezhead
    i like the song way better than i like this music vid

    By RuddDog
    This is a great music vid Wyclef the man anybody who dosent know his story needs to check it out keep helpin AYITI baby!!!!!!!!!!!
  • really cool vid & nice song

    By kame-kame-ha
    great combo of singers/rappers - & Akon adds hi usual spark to this song
  • Awesome Video

    By FooFoo93
    If u like good music, & music videos buy this video
  • Not Too Shabby

    By UMfreak
    I'm not a rap fan but this song actually isn't too bad. I also like the fact that you see an acoustic guitar being used in a rap song. It's also nice to see that acoustic being played by somebody other than a white rocker dude.
  • So sad, but so true...

    By MissOrange94
    This has such a good beat, but I hate that it's about such a terrible thing. I love this song... it's great!
  • Finally t-pain on his own

    By Haleigh94994509
    All of t-pain is feet. But thank u for going on your own.
  • Video Isn't So Great

    By tylrhnskr
    I Like The Song Better...
  • hip hop my not be dead

    By 2pac_is_alive
    one of the best songs made in a while, akon's verse is definatly the best made in the last year. make more songs like this guys
  • I love it!

    By igetbuckets35
    the video is a bit queer, but I like it.

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