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Music Video: We Be Burnin' (Recognize It) [Edited Version]

Artisit: Sean Paul

  • Genre: Reggae
  • Release Date: 2005
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:21

  • Copyright: Sean Paul

Music Video For We Be Burnin' (Recognize It) [Edited Version] By Artist Sean Paul

Reviews For We Be Burnin' (Recognize It) [Edited Version] By Artist Sean Paul

  • My oppinion.

    By MarkCoelho
    Good song, but sorry, not a great video. Tami Chynn uses the same dancehall riddim in her song Hyperventilating. That is actually a better song and even better video. Sean Paul even makes a cameo in it. Get that video instead.
  • This is the best song

    By tight song
    This song kicks butt its the best, the people that don't like it can go die
  • WE be burnin'

    dude I dont know what the hell that one girl said at the beggining about this music video being all cheap cuz its hotter than her and is seriously really awsome. I would just say that some of the outfits are a little exagerated though but still hot.
  • Sean Paul and his girls burnin' something!

    By musicuziluvit
    This video may be cheap, but the song is great, and Sean Paul HAS to be burning something!
  • He is Burning

    By LYONS_G
    Literally, He is Burning

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