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Music Video: That Way (feat. Jeremih & Rick Ross)

Artisit: Wale

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2011
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:36

  • Copyright: Wale

Music Video For That Way (feat. Jeremih & Rick Ross) By Artist Wale

Reviews For That Way (feat. Jeremih & Rick Ross) By Artist Wale

  • Amazin vid

    5
    By miltontheresa
    Wale is my No. 1 anyday......nice flow of rick ross and jeremih....well done guyz
  • Truth is

    5
    By Up in da ski
    I only listen to jeremihs part
  • U

    5
    By Tyanne hook
    The beat is fire! They got down with this one!
  • 1

    5
    By Tanner Raabe
    first
  • That Way

    5
    By SaySay9
    Wale 10/10 Rick Ross 10/10 Jeremih 10/10 They All Killed It
  • Solid Music

    5
    By Texastee42
    "That Way" is a soulful, relaxing and "street" jam from the MMG. The serenading of Jerimih, to the diabolical flow of Wale talking about excursions with his plethora of women...and then Rick Ross ends it with a verse that speaks volumes of his growth as a rap star and now mogul. Great song. Also makes me want some Lemon Sorbet Nuvo. Mission accomplished.

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