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Music Video: Ima Boss (feat. Rick Ross)

Artisit: Meek Mill

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2011
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:34

  • Copyright: Meek Mill

Music Video For Ima Boss (feat. Rick Ross) By Artist Meek Mill

Reviews For Ima Boss (feat. Rick Ross) By Artist Meek Mill

  • Ima boss

    5
    By Au2000
    This song is the one I play really loud when I get dropped off at school or camp in my mustang boss302 laguna seca edition
  • Philly

    5
    By Deuce29
    PHILLY STAND UP GENOS IS DA BEST
  • ._. Uh..

    3
    By okamikev
    It's an okay song. But most of it to me felt like he was just talking . *shrug* Keep it up -
  • Really good

    5
    By Mikes Nephew
    Well put song with a well put video
  • Not good

    2
    By Dante Coletta
    I don't know a whole lot about meek mill, but he seems to be wasting his breath on this forced track w/ pointless video.
  • 10/10

    5
    By Uknoo it's cayyycayy
    uknoo i gotta luv meek millz n ricky rossa i luv both of them yall keep it up !👍
  • Its fine

    4
    By Money121
    Ima boss yih it dat boom busted good
  • Mmmmmmmaybach music

    5
    By bay area boy boy
    Meek mill is dope he came up hard MAYBACH MUSIC AND YOUNG MONEY are the most irrelevent rite now
  • Awesome !!!

    5
    By JUNIOR 1
    This very well , I recommend
  • !!!

    5
    By Missybabyy
    had a visit in NYC and this is there anthem !! my new fav

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