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Music Video: Go Hard (feat. T-Pain, Kanye West)

Artisit: DJ Khaled

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:33

  • Copyright: DJ Khaled

Music Video For Go Hard (feat. T-Pain, Kanye West) By Artist DJ Khaled

Reviews For Go Hard (feat. T-Pain, Kanye West) By Artist DJ Khaled

  • Go hard can't get no harder!!

    5
    This song is hott! Video even hotter!! Kanye west spits some of the coldest lyrics out there. CHI town all day baby!
  • to much t pain

    2
    By to much
    this video has to much of t pain and his teeth and sing are diger than lil wany
  • This video is the best

    5
    By SFGIANTSFAN#1
    This song is the best song ever, especially Kanye West. This is the best dj khaled songand video
  • Perfect

    5
    By Ben Allen Sports
    Dj khaled runs the rap industry
  • KANYE WEST IS BACK BABY!!!!!!

    5
    By foswizzle
    Kanye West has been gone since Graduation and now his new album 808s and Heartbreakers is comin out!!!! He is officialy back!!! T-Pains grills r sweet!!! Vote Yes if u cant wait till Kanyes CD comes out!!!!!
  • Awesome! Awesome!

    5
    By PACO #15
    Been waitin for this video so long.Khaled, Kanye & T-Pain are the bomb. Can't wait for kanye's 808s & Heartbreaks album. Click yes if you cant wait

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