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Music Video: Diamond Life (feat. Patty Crash)

Artisit: Tyga & Patty Crash

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:16

  • Copyright: Tyga & Patty Crash

Music Video For Diamond Life (feat. Patty Crash) By Artist Tyga & Patty Crash

Reviews For Diamond Life (feat. Patty Crash) By Artist Tyga & Patty Crash

  • TygaTyga

    By lalalakrys12345
    i like this video. Tyga Tyga keep doin ya thang man.
  • I dont know bout you guys.

    By Im a geenuous
    But I'd be pretty pissed if I was trying to box and train, and Tyga was around in there dancing and thinkin hes all that. Ha naw Im just playin I like this song
  • Tyga Guy

    By Mokie89
    I tellin you dont write tyga off he can spit just give him sum time im tellin u hes the next big thing
  • Love Him

    By *Team Cullens*
    I love Tyga cant get enough sooooooo happi that yall got some more of his videos I LUUVVVVVV it this is great plz keep adding his videos and songs and I will buy, buy, buy
  • 1st review

    By edsafe
    first off, i gave it 5 stars cause it's tyga, and i didn't know he was under pete wentz's record label. love fall out boy

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