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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

  • GO lil mama!!

    5
    By TheTennisPro123
    this is such a good song!!! and vid!!!! its great to dance to!!!! this is her best vid!!!!! and song!!! click yes if u agree
  • I LOVE THIS MUSIC VIDEO!!

    5
    By dcpink5261
    omg, little mama is the best, haha i luv chris brown and her together, i mean they are awesome!!...me and my friends listen to this song all the time..ITS PRETTY SHWEET
  • WE LOVE LIL MAMA!!

    5
    By aeloves123
    Lil MAMA rocks in this music video SHE LOOKS POPPIN' (Like her lip glosss)
  • this is awsome!

    5
    By mikezsjidjd
    this is one of LilMama's best song it's one of my favorite!
  • GET LOSE!!!!!

    4
    By jacob rogers
    hey, lil mama, is really ccoool!!! her song lip gloss is smokin, and with chris brown in this one, he sings good, shes good, it has a funky sound to it!!!! very nice! shes a one of a kind. own style!

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