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Music Video: Get Busy

Artisit: Sean Paul

  • Genre: Reggae
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:24

  • Copyright: Sean Paul

Music Video For Get Busy By Artist Sean Paul

Reviews For Get Busy By Artist Sean Paul

  • Whoot!

    By dbudman
    This is definitely one of my favorite videos. Humor, good music and sexy babes.
  • lol

    By getgln
    cool video lol
  • :(

    By blazers blue and white!!!
    i am sorry but I do not like him. He is annoying weird and just bugs me. His voice sounds bad too. Tough love buddy but I dont think so.
  • Highly Entertaining

    By Frosty Snowbro
    It's great when a music video has certain elements. Sexy babes, cool dances, humor, good music. This has all of the above. I liked the video first, then the song second.
  • woot 2nd reveiw ! gonna buy song

    By samtheman939
    just cause i wrote the 2md reveiw
  • great! 1st review!

    By Faithrocks
    i really lovethis song and music video!!!!!!!

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