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Music Video: Headboard (feat. Mario & Plies)

Artisit: Hurricane Chris

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:01

  • Copyright: Hurricane Chris

Music Video For Headboard (feat. Mario & Plies) By Artist Hurricane Chris

Reviews For Headboard (feat. Mario & Plies) By Artist Hurricane Chris

  • love ittt

    By Pixiedozier
    omqq i love this sonq its tha besttes and yea i said bestes....me n mi frens be jamin twu dhis aht tha bus stop i love iht
  • I like the video

    I like the video mario is sexy as hell i like plies as well
  • Ew

    By arielalfonso22
    Foreheadddddd dayummmmm
  • JAMZ

    By travis1993
  • Good

    By jayjay55
    Can't wait till his album "unleashed" comes out.
  • 3
    By Jim
    iTunes needs to get the unedited version.
  • Hmm

    By MR.817
    This ain't really Chris's style
  • CliCK yES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    By ZAC-N-JAZ
    everyone that reads this please click yes, come on, i said please? its just one of those "just for the heck of it" kinda things, im curious how many ppl actually read this...lol...click yes, ya know ya wanna! :)
  • WACK

    By Kmakrooks
    Plies fake ain't no goon krooks after u

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