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Music Video: Go Girl (feat. T-Pain)

Artisit: Ciara

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:04

  • Copyright: Ciara

Music Video For Go Girl (feat. T-Pain) By Artist Ciara

Reviews For Go Girl (feat. T-Pain) By Artist Ciara

  • No Surprise, CiCi Killed It!!

    5
    By Secret_Name
    Once again Ciara gives us an amazing performance!!
  • PROBLEM

    2
    By TheKooKid
    I Love Ciara But... The video is low quality on my ipod touch idk whats going on i have a serious problem
  • Delivering serious choreography and sexy futuristic style.

    5
    By Phoenixjmte
    This video delivers some serious choreography,style, and sexyness... The moves are steaming hot and provocative and the futuristic image is blended well with the costumes and the beat of the song. I liked Ciara before, after this video....you gotta LOVE her...the woman is hot like lava delivering some good moves, something tells me Janet has some serious competition.
  • Want Oh video

    5
    By VSJ
    Why doesn't itunes have Oh video? We really want that video. That is one of her best videos.
  • She's Back

    5
    By IslandSpice25
    Hand Clap!! Hand Clap!! This girl can dance her butt off. I love all of Ciara's music videos. I am sorry beyonce you need to have a seat.
  • Nice Video, but ITUNES, could we get the OH video.

    4
    By GUYAN
    Where is the OH video, Itunes.
  • ciara rocks this video go girll

    5
    By freddy5851
    the song and video is the best song ever i love ciara xoxoxoxx i cant waitfor the album to drop january 27 09!!1
  • You Betta Go Girl

    4
    By tazman711
    I am by no means a huge Ciara fan, but she really did it on this video. I love the coreography and the lighting. This is what a well made video should look like. Hopefully the entire album can live up to the expectations she's set with this latest single.
  • GO T-PAIN

    5
    By t-pizzle
    YO U NOE T-PAIN CUD B A RADIO PERSON YA HE CUD MEAN TALK GOOD.WELL YA 2 ALL DA FAKE WANNA B T-PAINZ #1 FAN MAKE ROOM CUZ HEZ DA ONLY O.G HERE
  • seen it

    2
    By mkenze
    a little britney.... a little janet....a little dated

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