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Music Video: Digital Girl Remix (feat. Drake, Kanye West & The-Dream)

Artisit: Jamie Foxx & Jamie Foxx

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:23

  • Copyright: Jamie Foxx & Jamie Foxx

Music Video For Digital Girl Remix (feat. Drake, Kanye West & The-Dream) By Artist Jamie Foxx & Jamie Foxx

Reviews For Digital Girl Remix (feat. Drake, Kanye West & The-Dream) By Artist Jamie Foxx & Jamie Foxx

  • Greatness!!!

    5
    By Mr xp
    Dream team!!
  • Please spend yo money on sumthin else...anything else

    2
    By alEXisbreEZzy
    Love the song but this vid is wack i would never buy it
  • This song is to down, kanye west is the best, nice video

    5
    By Edgar19
    This it's to down, kanye west is the best, nice video.....
  • Jamie

    5
    By CourtneySongz
    i love Jamie i have CD if you like soul and R and B YOU'LL like this CD and plus i love the song buy the cd.PEACE oUT GOOD JOB ON THE BET AWARDS 09
  • lame

    3
    By swissniper
    pretty Shittttty
  • another great hit

    5
    By samuel s. reyes
    good song but lame video
  • Great!!!

    5
    By goodmusic430
    Awesome vid. Kanye of course kills this song. Drake was ok.
  • OMG

    5
    By flame_on
    the video is the best....the work looks so great. who did that...
  • 2+2=Amazing

    5
    By Ben Allen Sports
    2 of the best singers plus 2 of the best rappers = Amingly great song/vid. at the end is the digital girl 3.0 versoin
  • Awesome!!!

    5
    By God's# One
    I love this video..

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