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Music Video: That's How I Go (feat. Lil Jon & Mario)

Artisit: Baby Bash

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:23

  • Copyright: Baby Bash

Music Video For That's How I Go (feat. Lil Jon & Mario) By Artist Baby Bash

Reviews For That's How I Go (feat. Lil Jon & Mario) By Artist Baby Bash

  • love bashe

    By sweetpea _loves
    love baby bash music got every cd he got out even down to his underground stuff
  • Kul

    By OGAL
    Great beat! Mario gives it a nice touch!
  • Beautiful

    By Soccerballa18
    Have you ever noticed that the girls are always sexy and hot. In all of his music videos.
  • Awsome Song

    By Ruiz172
    This song is hot and the girls are too!!
  • Music is hot but he's not!!!

    By Sexz chick
    I still love his music but he doesn't look hot anymore!!! Oh well there's still Pitbull...
  • ya!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!finaly hes back

    By injbgdinhjgfibfgij
    this is a awesome song!!!!!!!!!!!!buy it!!!!!!!
  • that how u've always went

    By lovelikehate
    and its old and trashy and oh, unoriginal
  • Good

    By Eminem #1 Fan
    one of the best mexican rappers to always keep it real and clean with the music.
  • First review

    By Nate FTW
    This video is hot! Even the preview is great. You have to buy this song! Click yes if you agree.
  • ummm okay i guess

    By shortie blonde
    this is a good song but not a good video

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