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Music Video: Run the Show (feat. Busta Rhymes)

Artisit: Kat Deluna

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:35

  • Copyright: Kat Deluna

Music Video For Run the Show (feat. Busta Rhymes) By Artist Kat Deluna

Reviews For Run the Show (feat. Busta Rhymes) By Artist Kat Deluna

  • Hmmmm

    5
    By skschmitz
    It is a great performance! Little too much make up.
  • OMG!!!!

    5
    By GG bling
    I do think it's weird that u can only get the one with busta rymes by bying the music video and kat deluna's lips do look weird but it's still a good jam
  • YES!

    5
    By Space Grace
    I found the English version of this song! Thx 4 the vid!
  • Run The Show

    5
    By Mzvabunni
    her lips look weird
  • DUDE!!!!

    3
    By keg112
    love this song, but why is this version of it only avalible if you buy the music video?!?
  • ?

    1
    By Dgeebee
    Ok idk this it's just weird ( no offense )
  • We all ready have a hot mama..that's jlo

    1
    By Aboriz
    As for this....get your own style..apart of being great is giving more then what we already have....
  • Wowza!

    5
    By Prissyiest chic
    This song is amazing Kat Deluna's dance moves and lyrics were performed nicely! I highly recommend this video, you won't be upset with the video. Itunes you should put her album 9 lives on here!
  • I love you Kat!!!:)

    5
    By lilhiphopdiva13
    Kat your an amazing singer and this song and music video is the best your awesome!!!!:)
  • Kat!!!

    5
    By CKeik0M
    Love the Dancing! Kat has a unique voice. I LOVE YOU KAT!!!

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