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Music Video: Halle Berry (She's Fine) [feat. Superstarr]

Artisit: Hurricane Chris

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:40

  • Copyright: Hurricane Chris

Music Video For Halle Berry (She's Fine) [feat. Superstarr] By Artist Hurricane Chris

Reviews For Halle Berry (She's Fine) [feat. Superstarr] By Artist Hurricane Chris

  • um...

    By G00N.
    omg i love this song but the video...... and hes wierd
  • halle

    By jow wit da fro
    this music video is so funny to watch they cannot dance for their lives
  • Whew!

    By mohades
    Typical young man music. Keep doing what you do youngster! Remember they had to listen in order to comment.....that's part of what being an artist is about.
  • I love it!

    By Emma Rose
    I love this song and vid! :)
  • Yay yay whatever

    By Chieflines09
    If this is called Halle berry den only Halle berry suld b in it dammit plus the music iz a same old party crap n haven't tall notice, HEs UGLY!! Lol no hate
  • Whatever!

    By geingezee
    Hey I ain't mad at the brother. I wish i was making a lot money off of "fly by night music". So what it's hot for a few months, who cares. Chris got paid, I wish I were getting paid for "fly by night music". Peace Out!
  • Waste of life

    By Seth Manson
    Hey Hurricane Chris and Superstarr get a job m**********rs!!!
  • the video

    By sexy F
    the video girl is not a halle berry. you need a super bad one if your gonna call her halle berry and fine.
  • yall haters wack as hell

    By blahmf
    this video a beast
  • YIKES !!!

    By Poodymainz

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