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Music Video: Hey Baby (Drop It to the Floor)

Artisit: Pitbull

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2010
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:26

  • Copyright: Pitbull

Music Video For Hey Baby (Drop It to the Floor) By Artist Pitbull

Reviews For Hey Baby (Drop It to the Floor) By Artist Pitbull

  • ℙıтʙuʟʟ❤

    By jbsucks34(:
    ɪ ʟoѵє ℙıтʙuʟʟ! 😜 ɪ ʟoѵє ℙıтʙuʟʟ! 😜 ɪ ʟoѵє ℙıтʙuʟʟ! 😜
  • hot

    By reviewfromyou
    no words
  • Cool

    By Electric Bird(electropop star)
    Love the beat!
  • T-Pain!

    By Earthinexile
    You forgot ur top hat! @Katie Mills: this is NOT On The Floor. That song isn't nearly as good as this.
  • On the floor

    By KaTiE162
    Is that all she says?? Pitbull is good but I don't like ppl repeating themselves after every sentence. On the floor.
  • Hey pitbull

    By edwvrd
    Your music used to be better
  • Go Hey Baby!!!!!

    By Ewwww Justina bieber
    Hey I think this is one of the best songs ever!!! Pitbull T-pain!!!!!<3
  • Not what I want

    By Chazzyboyy
    I like their other songs, each of them, but this one sounds like mindless douchebag ramble. Besides, they look just like I feared they would in the video. They dressed themselves up to look like creeps. The image is half of the problem for me.

    By ETF#1girl
    I like the neon lights! I want those in my room when I'm in a party room. I want to party with Pitbull and T-Pain!!!
  • hey baby baby

    By The Bus 09
    lalalalalalala AWESOME

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