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Music Video: Playas Rock (feat. Boxie)

Artisit: Hurricane Chris

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2007
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:11

  • Copyright: Hurricane Chris

Music Video For Playas Rock (feat. Boxie) By Artist Hurricane Chris

Reviews For Playas Rock (feat. Boxie) By Artist Hurricane Chris

  • The hurricane is dying

    By Gin tama
    This is another crappy excuse for rap. In the video, it looks like his little brother is havin' a way better time than him. Blow on, Hurricane, but you'll eventually die out like Katrina.
  • Same as the previous comment

    By Peg-Leg
    This is way better than A Bay Bay (except maybe the remix) and The Hand Clap. If you agree press yes.
  • Much better than the previous singles

    By WooHoo17
    This is the fourth single off of Hurricane Chris album 51\50 Ratchet. This features Boxie. his is lots better than A Bay Bay and The Hand Clap. Now this is not as good as the ratchet remix of A Bay Bay cause that was so much better than the original. Ratings of all the singles: 1. A Bay Bay-4 2. A Bay Bay (Ratchet Remix)-5 3. The Hand Clap-4 4. Playas Rock-5 Final Thoughts: Hurricane Chris has gotten a lot better on this single. It is for sure a lot slower than his previous singles. I like that cause his album has lots of songs and pretty much all of them sound the same and yes HC is not as good as Souljia Boy if you would compare them but he is making lots more progress than his first singles.
  • Best hurricane song

    By The key to the Ladies
    this is by far the best song that he made i recommend u get this

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