Sweetest Girl (Dollar Bill) [Remix] {feat. Akon, Lil Wayne, Raekwon, & Niia} Wyclef Jean Hip-Hop/Rap Music Video 2007 New Songs Albums Artists Singles Videos Musicians Remixes Image

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

Artisit: Wyclef Jean

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2007
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:56

  • Copyright: Wyclef Jean

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

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

  • What's with the beat?

    3
    By Im a geenuous
    This beat kinda messes up the song. I like the other video and beat better. Click yes if you agree
  • sick

    5
    By Bakerrr4453
    this song is sick because they remade it over a Wu-Tang beat.. Weezy's part is sick as usual
  • Disappointing

    2
    By The key to the Ladies
    The is the same exact thing as the song except that it has a worse beat and has one extra verse When i first saw this i thought it was the same song as the original this was a waste of time and money for Wyclef the original was way better
  • Great remix

    5
    By WooHoo17
    I am glad iTunes finally got the remix video of this song. The remix is also on Wyclef Jean’s brand new album Carnival Vol. 1. However this is just as good as the original. It is the 1st single off of his album. It features Akon, Lil’Wanye Niia and the added verse from Reakwon. Reakwon’s verse was actually pretty good. Also the video is cool to. It is mostly black and white. Similar to the videos of Kanye West’s “Good Life,” and Young Jeezy’s “Go Getta.” I recommend you buy this remix and video.
  • i <3 this song

    5
    By i rock harder than miksta
    this is a really really good song the music video is so good that it almost made me cry when i first saw it
  • I LOVE THIS SONG

    5
    By btluneburg
    IT IS THEBEST SONG
  • Wyclef, RAEKWON, Weezy on the bill!

    5
    By Peg-Leg
    I love the original, no doubt, but I also love this remix!!!! I am so happy at the sample they chose to use (C.R.E.A.M.) and they got Raekwon of the Wu-Tang Clan on here as well. His verse doesn't have to do with the rest of the song, but still, Rae still got it! One thing though, they should have got Method Man to do the original hook (you know how it goes, Cash Rules Everything Around Me, CREAM, get the money, dolla dolla bill y'all!) Can't wait for the album to come out, when iTunes gets this is audio. I hope that they don't make it pre-order only in case I don't pre-order it. Future releases from these artists: Carnival Vol. II: Memoirs of an Immigrant- Wyclef- December 4th Only Built 4 Cuban Linx II- Raekwon- Either Quarter 1 or 2 next year The Leak- Lil Wayne- December 18th Tha Carter III- Lil Wayne- February 12th 8 Diagrams- Wu-Tang Clan- December 11th That gives us albums all through December, as well as a couple next year.

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