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Music Video: Can't Get Enough (feat. Pitbull)

Artisit: Becky G.

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2014
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:48

  • Copyright: Becky G.

Music Video For Can't Get Enough (feat. Pitbull) By Artist Becky G.

Reviews For Can't Get Enough (feat. Pitbull) By Artist Becky G.

  • Amazing!

    5
    By Bts-luv
    For all those haters out there for her gap I think shes buetiful as she is.She can change the gap if she wants to but if she doesnt you cant make her change it.Plus its her song too so if you have a problem with HER music video then just dont look at it.
  • Becky g

    5
    By giglepursurse
    Amazing
  • awesome

    5
    By mjfcape21
    i love your music
  • LOLL STOP SINGING U SQUEKY DOORKNOB

    1
    By 18wuw
    tbh can they just stop showing her face, the gap is rlly bothering
  • miss-kitty-luver

    5
    By miss-kitty-luver
    Back again!! becky g keeps on making great colabs with great artists and does an amazing job. lov this video. 2 of my favorite artists singing together. Best video ever!!!!
  • just got this video for my tv mix show!!

    4
    By dj ivan g
    love it!! on telemundo in DC
  • She did it again!

    5
    By ricky1409
    Amazing video! Becky G is back and in full force. Great things are coming her way!
  • Love it

    5
    By mexicora
    Just Amazing
  • This is awesome!

    5
    By The girl knows ish
    Coming home from school to see this? Woo hoo!

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