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Check Lil Wil's 'My Dougie' Video

So, yesterday we kept hearing that we needed to check out Lil Wil's video for "My Dougie." We've seen it now, and the video isn't really all that it's cracked up to be. But check the song and keep your eyes open for a handful of Dallas rap favorites. (Then tell us if we're alone on the disappointment in terms of the video.)

Note to those confused by "dougie": So, generally, dougie means a cool or hip style. The term came about thanks to hip-hop's Doug E. Fresh. The Big D has given it a more specific meaning of "swagger." -- Chelsea Ide

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