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Music Video: Back It Up

Artisit: Mr. Evil

  • Genre: Reggae
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:04

  • Copyright: Mr. Evil

Music Video For Back It Up By Artist Mr. Evil

Reviews For Back It Up By Artist Mr. Evil

  • garbage

    1
    By kingkrisstar
    the sean paul version is good this mr evil kid is terrible! wack flows tired delivery. if you like it good for you. Is he sean pauls pa or something?
  • The Boss

    5
    By Justin Jam
    This is an awesome song and video from true jamaican artists who show how talented they are
  • not feelin it

    1
    By C-Roca
    I actually like both these artists, but not really feelin this track...the one sean has with farenheit is much better.
  • Best of the Best

    4
    By Musicluvakd
    This song is mad original....and Dr. Evil is nice, but to be honest, he has had better songs.....STILL ITS NOT BAD....
  • Really!

    1
    By Vonniechic
    What the hell is that.....was he holding his nose the whole time on that song. The music explains itself........it sucked.
  • Hmmm

    2
    By Lil' Fofifa
    This video is aight... nice colors... okay looking dancers... BUT this guy Mr. Evil is just hurts my ears!

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