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Music Video: Temperature (With Breakout Outro)

Artisit: Sean Paul

  • Genre: Reggae
  • Release Date: 2005
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:36

  • Copyright: Sean Paul

Music Video For Temperature (With Breakout Outro) By Artist Sean Paul

Reviews For Temperature (With Breakout Outro) By Artist Sean Paul

  • Bueno

    By Wolfbanefirepaw
    Pretty good and witty, but semi-innapropriate. :( Tears of sadness.
  • horrible!!!

    By themjas
    this guy likes girls who hump? well maby some people dont!
  • I love the song & video

    By U r awesome jb
    I love the song and the video I listen to it on my brothers apple pod I don't got it on my yet but I will I love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Love the song

    By Areudrinkingoutofmme?
    I know wat he saying and even if it's old is still good :D
  • Loves it...

    By MikEstreBella
    I love this song although I don't understand what he's saying... But ask me if I care... Lol...
  • So old but the beat is timeless

    By Pink Lady 12
    LOVED IT!!! I used to love this song when I was younger and it still gets me jumpin when I hear it. This song is timeless cause I heard it in like elementary or middle school maybe and it was hot then and they played it at my homecoming this year and it still got the party started so I give it a big thumbs up you should definitely get it it's hot
  • ???

    By soccer allstar
    I can understand most of it but some parts I don't know wats his saying:(
  • Yeah!

    By AAOfan#1
    Great song
  • The coolest video ever!

    By Jamican girl
    I love it since I first saw it and heard. My mom told me about it.
  • My fave 6th grade song

    By that girl3
    This was such a good song in 6th grade! :-)

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