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Music Video: Church

Artisit: T-Pain

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2007
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:02

  • Copyright: T-Pain

Music Video For Church By Artist T-Pain

Reviews For Church By Artist T-Pain

  • MY FAV!

    By AlysiaQuiseng
    I can listen to this song over and oer again and still not get tired of it! woot woot! plus this video has amzing dancers! Moose from Step Up 2 is AWESOME! just like this song!
  • Church by t pain

    By Aminea
    The song is a good song and when the say take u 2 church some time someone has to tell u how it is the plaine simple truth !
  • dawd

    By aefrgeag

    By BabyBOOx333
    for one thing. Church songs are supposed to be respectful... not filled with cuss words and everything else. God is good so we should be the same.. this is such a crazy song.. worst song ive ever heard.. its a good thing to go to Church if you want to change... but the way they present it in this song.. its just disrespectful
  • !

    By T-Mobile 726
    wow. t-pain. amazing. as usual.
  • T-Pain's best song

    By Peg-Leg
    Wow this song is way more entertaining than his other songs. It's funny. If you likes Kiss Kiss, you can check T rap here too. Take your a** to CHURCH!
  • 1st reveiw

    By The key to the Ladies
    wow this song is a totally different look on t-pain, but it is still very catchy i love this song cause its so halarious

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