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Music Video: Shawty Get Loose

Artisit: Lil Mama

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:40

  • Copyright: Lil Mama

Music Video For Shawty Get Loose By Artist Lil Mama

Reviews For Shawty Get Loose By Artist Lil Mama

  • Make something original...

    2
    By LuckyQue
    Sad version of MJ's scream. Lil momma can't dance and she judges a dance show?
  • copy cat....meow!

    1
    By ipodnutz
    They totally copied Michael and Janet Jackson's video Scream....do they lack in talent sooo bad they must copy from the greatest?? Booooooooo!!!
  • They stole the video concept

    2
    By MotherMolly
    Do you think they knew the video was originally done my Michael Jackson and his sister Janet? And much better I might add.
  • This is just like Michael Jackson's Scream!

    1
    By HanksMel
    This is like the same as Michael Jackson's Scream but not near as good. That is stupid! I hate this.
  • Huh?

    4
    By Twilightgrl3000
    It was better than g-bus and lip gloss but can we get some more dancing in there? It looked like half of the time of the video they were making out with the wall or the window. Otherwise, very good.
  • Amazing!

    5
    By Al!ce
    Thease people definetly know how to dance! Also, the video reminds me of the "Scream" video by Michale Jackson. Plus, Lil Mama looks more phemonen. So I'm gonna give this video 5 stars. Awesome! :-)
  • Greatness, plus GREATNESS=Great GREATNESS!!

    5
    By Biblegenesis
    OMG!! I <3 THIS VIDEO IT"S AWESOME!!!!!! I WISH I COULD GIVE IT FIFTY STARS!!!!!
  • GO LIL' MAMA!!!

    5
    By BLONDEchick2
    i saw this at a friend's house and bought it the next day, lil mama, chris brown, and t pain r really well together and i cant wait to c what comes next!!!!!!
  • Chris Brown Makes This Video Decent

    3
    By Jboon
    I'm sorry but without Chris Brown this would just be another C- rap video. Brown adds personality and spark while "Lil Mama" is just another female rapper without any personal flare, style, or energy. Chris Brown raises the grade on this video to a B. I loved the song until I saw this video. She's asking for it and dancing inappropriately, which has nothing to do with "Shawty Get Loose". Look above at the freeze picture for this video and I think you'll know what I mean...
  • its good but

    4
    By bellaBabe9
    i dont like that microphone! otherwise its good... i luv chris brown in this hes so hot

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