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Music Video: Gimme That (Remix) [feat. Lil' Wayne]

Artisit: Chris Brown

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:55

  • Copyright: Chris Brown

Music Video For Gimme That (Remix) [feat. Lil' Wayne] By Artist Chris Brown

Reviews For Gimme That (Remix) [feat. Lil' Wayne] By Artist Chris Brown

  • Chris brown look at me now

    1
    By Kenney 1000
    It is so awesome
  • gimmie that

    5
    By aly12701
    i love this song and im oly 12 its great and chris brown is HOTTTTTTTTT
  • just the song

    5
    By whoaskedaboutme
    i love the song and video but i JUST want the song
  • I'll Take 1 Video, Hold The Video

    1
    By HItalian
    Do I want the video in my playlist? Am I a 16 year old girl? JUST the song please
  • where i can find this song

    5
    By juanitosilly
    i like that song! it so good!
  • love Him 2

    5
    By alexisAP
    love it and him always
  • awesome!

    5
    By La Musiqe
    At first, I thought I'd like the original better, but this is good too, and Lil fits in nicely. At first I thought it was just dancing, then a story, then dancing again, then a story about tripping and dancing.
  • good video

    4
    By RTM500******
    its a good a good video it just needs to be a song.
  • Nice Job

    4
    By irishswimmer
    Nice this is really good and i don't really like lil wayne or chris brown, but they did a really good job! i luv it!
  • great song, good video

    4
    By Eminemfan333
    i like this song, and cb in general, but they need just the song on here.

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