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Music Video: Bartender

Artisit: T-Pain featuring Akon

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:00

  • Copyright: T-Pain featuring Akon

Music Video For Bartender By Artist T-Pain featuring Akon

Reviews For Bartender By Artist T-Pain featuring Akon

  • Thanks lif mkes senc now

    By Kiniris1429765
    U do like the bartender she is my wife
  • life makes sense to me now

    By Mikieflan
    thanks t pain for pointing out drinks are for drinking :) Great song love it
  • lol Awesome!!!

    By KillingspreeIV
    this is my 2nd favorite music vid of all time :D my fav is im on a boat but this is probabley the best song by tpain i've ever heard and u should at least buy the song, the vid too if u have the $$$$$ 6/5 stars!!!!!
  • yo

    By bluntman2010
    it's dope
  • Awsome

    By xX ice cold Xx
    Some of his songs r cool but u people who say they arnt y'all r sum
  • omg

    By braceface57
    who listins to this crap like seriously dont wast a penny on this stuff
  • YES

    By millertime3030
    T-Pain is # 1!
  • Dang tht girl was sexy

    By Lil'Weezy4Life
    T Pain collaborated with akon in this video and they nailed it everything about it was awesome t pain had some rele cool dance moves and tht bartender omg i would rail tht sh**
  • Its only akon

    By !st fan
    With out akon i would not have bought this song/video. T-pain does have a good beat but its just not catchy enough, Akon makes up for it.
  • KOOL VID!!!


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