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Music Video: Look At Me Now (feat. Lil Wayne & Busta Rhymes)

Artisit: Chris Brown

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2011
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:08

  • Copyright: Chris Brown

Music Video For Look At Me Now (feat. Lil Wayne & Busta Rhymes) By Artist Chris Brown

Reviews For Look At Me Now (feat. Lil Wayne & Busta Rhymes) By Artist Chris Brown

  • He is the best

    5
    By Man how ya doin
    I can rap like busta ryme
  • by Fernando

    5
    By BEST THING EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Loved this video so much!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Pop4322

    5
    By Lal5443
    Cool fun fun I am rich
  • Awesome!

    5
    By peakv
    Awesome! Lil Wayne killed it.
  • :P

    5
    By sweetums13
    I love the random skate boarder that rides in front in the beginning of the video :D
  • Fire

    5
    By B breezy b
    That was fire !!!
  • Look At Him Now

    5
    By Tipsi21
    Haters keep hatin cause he got a grammy chris is the best I luv his music and everything he does TeamBreezy!!!
  • If I could rate this song a -5, I would.

    1
    By Herp McDerpson
    It's this horrible new music that is bringing the IQ of this world to rock bottom. You can pretty much tell what I mean by the atrocious spelling in the other comments that are here. No offense.
  • Awesome song

    5
    By Vcon8XD
    Busta is freakin beast
  • Love!!!!

    5
    By S.A.G 
    I no all the lyrics now since everyone at my school sings it. I love chris brown and Lil Wayne and when they come together they make an awesome song!!!!

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