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Music Video: Can't Believe It (feat. Lil Wayne)

Artisit: T-Pain

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:36

  • Copyright: T-Pain

Music Video For Can't Believe It (feat. Lil Wayne) By Artist T-Pain

Reviews For Can't Believe It (feat. Lil Wayne) By Artist T-Pain

  • Song should be titled can't believe this song was made

    By iOSaholic9718
    #stoptheautotune #hiphopisdead #tupacback
  • T pain got swag

    By Haterforhire.
    So, what I don't get is all of these people saying that by autotuning his voice, it's not music, but that's not true at all. Music is anything with a rhythm that sounds nice. It's legit!
  • YAY I MADE 143 RATINGS i think

    By RayRay'sWifey
    Lol but yea this is a great song even tho t pain is annoying i like most of his songs for sum reason
  • Yo!!!

    That was tight!!!!
  • Ehhhh

    By $Desto$
    It was ok I guess but the video was totaly wierd and I barley like the song. I don't really like t-pain I like lil Wayne he is beast!!!
  • yo jeezy jr

    By guisdsdg
    stop hatin on tpain dawg
  • The review

    By applications rater 293
    This music video was 1000X better than the song. It should be 5 bucks. It had Koop affects and stuff. Weezy made the song sooooooo much better, weeezy is sooooooo much better than t-pain ( sorry man but iz true) Get It While You Can!!!!!
  • luv it

    By lil' scriv
    best ever!
  • AMAZING!!!!!

    By moonlight245
    I love this song and lil wayne just makes it better T-pain is awsome one of the best music videos ever.
  • awsome

    By the person that is living
    i saw the prievew and im already hooked

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