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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

  • Best song

    By Pepper cut$
    Best song!!!!
  • I luv thiz song :P

    By Destiny;)
    I remember wen I first heard this song I had boost the music up but my fab part is wen lil Wayne raps
  • Good but not great

    By Brettguyer
    It's unfortunite that every other word is cut out so you barely even hear a song out of it. If you buy the explicit version it actually sounds like a song but all the curse words take away from the song. It's a great song but I still think Chris is better at pop ( ex Forever ).
  • Love it!

    By cheerleaderUC98
    I luv this song. It's one of my fav! It's like n a way my theme song. Look at me now. Cuz we all have rough times and he included and look at him now. This song is so awesome. GO CHRIS!!
  • Dayday

    By Dezani123
    This song izz amaaaaaazingg.
  • Crazyy!

    By KekePulse
    This video is H.O.T hot! And packed with chris browns awesome talent of dancing love this song and music video!!!
  • Great catchy song

    By Cynski
    Clean version works when jamming n car but respecting young passengers lol. I think Rihanna deserves our respect -all levels. Besides, she's richer. Look at her then!!
  • Busta

    By House of Dooley
  • What a shame

    By Emeraldstar
    What a shame. This guy is really talented. I had never seen or heard his music before his recent performance on American Idol. He's a great dancer. Although it totally looked like he was lip sincing...That said, it's a shame he has such anger management issues and beats his girl friends---so I think he should be boycotted and no one should every buy anything by him...sorry guy, no redemption here.
  • ....

    By Immapersondealwithit:)
    I wish it wasn't bleeped. :(

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