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Baha Men - Move It Like This Song Review

Baha Men - Move It Like This.
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Baha Men - Move It Like This Song Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 3 Star Rating)

Baha Men are back with their new song, Move It Like This - see if Kidzworld gives it a thumbs up!

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Baha Men, those dudes who let the dogs out, are back with their new single Move It Like This. Move It Like This is a fun party track perfect for a backyard bash or just hangin' with your friends at the beach. It's sure to get ya in the summer swing and put those winter blahs behind you.

Baha Men are all about the catchy tunes so don't be surprised if you hear this tune cranked to the max at your next b-ball game or cheerleading practice - it's got school anthem written all over it. Although it's definitely a booty-shaker of a track, Baha Men might have ya boo hoo-in' for some lyrics other than "move it like this."

If ya haven't seen the Move It Like This video yet - check it out now (2 different versions) and tell us what you think. If it made ya move, pick up a copy of their full-length CD of the same name or better yet, enter to win a free copy now.

Rating:3

Watch: Move It Like This

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Regular Version:
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Visit the official Baha Men sites, click here and, here.

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