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Music Video: No Guns Allowed (feat. Drake & Cori B.)

Artisit: Snoop Lion

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2013
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:53

  • Copyright: Snoop Lion

Music Video For No Guns Allowed (feat. Drake & Cori B.) By Artist Snoop Lion

Reviews For No Guns Allowed (feat. Drake & Cori B.) By Artist Snoop Lion

  • stupid travon crap

    By luvhater0101
    what in god creation would anyone one to make a music vid or even a song based on travon, just get over it! Travon was in the wrong,okay,no need to keep talking about it. if i could i would give it no stars. ps. Get over yout selfs.

    By ha ha ha your dead
    Worst Song Ever
  • Keep doing u man

    By zZzBigBoyzZz
    i like this path ur taking and i saw ur movie on Netflix all of u that are hating on this need to check it out because u obviously don’t know why he went from snoop dogg to snoop lion.
  • no lions allowed

    By Snoop GAY
    Literally the worst song ever and i wish i could rate lower too.
  • I liked it

    By TehraniMitbeh
    It makes sense
  • great video

    By 23Renzi
    he did a great presentation on all of the killing and incorporated his daughter in it which was cool to see
  • Love song and video

    By Xay710
    I love the new snoop lion. He raps about stuff that makes sense now.
  • Ok

    By Chopper3579
    This is an OK song not the best but it was risky for him to do this I love what he is telling us it is not what we are used to which is the best park he used to rap about terrible things but I liked it don't get me wrong but I also like this
  • Stupid

    By Kenny Morgan
    If i could have given it a lower rating, I would have
  • What is wrong with him?!?!?

    By LuxurySport
    This is garbage. Stop trying to be Bob Marley.

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