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Music Video: Lemme See (Feat. Rick Ross)

Artisit: Usher

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:12

  • Copyright: Usher

Music Video For Lemme See (Feat. Rick Ross) By Artist Usher

Reviews For Lemme See (Feat. Rick Ross) By Artist Usher

  • I like Usher... But that other guy is really throwing me off

    By I vote for the greater good
    Another song promoting sex. *sigh*
  • Love It!!

    By Loulabell2013
    Usher!! So Hottt!!!
  • Great!

    By ElTacito
    Another good one by Usher.
  • Love It!!! Usher and Rozay Excellent Combo HIGH CLASS RNB HIPHOP :)

    By Meterlove
    Proud to Say its FABULOUS!!! :)
  • he did it again

    By tendocruz
    this song is off the chain the best
  • Great song rate 10/5 ;)

    By danielle legace
    Love this song. Usher is forever the king of R&B <3
  • Awew

    By Numbah#1
  • Ava

    By ava lee
    Love it!! :)
  • Great!

    By Kendick Lama
    Its a great son and this videos on fire!
  • R&b

    By Rollie woonz
    This song is fire!

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