Lil' Daddy: "Dime a Dozen (Clean Version)" Video
This music video was made "4 da South." Thanks Everybody for all y'all support. I got some big thangs planned 4 2006. Messege From Lil Daddy. The Hustler - First of all, I wanna thank everybody who buys my music, whether you buy it outta my trunk, from Itunes, Yahoo, from Sam Goody, or wherever. When you get it this way, you get it raw and uncensored, straight From the hood, straight from my streets. I don't RAP about nothing that I don't know about so when you hear it from me, you gettin' the real from MY BLOCK, from Lil' Daddy aka "The Hustler."
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