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Music Video: Blame It (feat. T-Pain)

Artisit: Jamie Foxx

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 5:11

  • Copyright: Jamie Foxx

Music Video For Blame It (feat. T-Pain) By Artist Jamie Foxx

Reviews For Blame It (feat. T-Pain) By Artist Jamie Foxx

  • Blame it

    5
    By Tayah Williams
    Who has seen the fake president Obama do this?
  • Fave song

    5
    By Sammi6000
    This is one if my favorite songs to listen to. I like to listen to it most when I'm alone and bored
  • good video

    4
    By cpdpkp
    The video is good, but the song by itself is better.
  • JAMIE FOXX-BLAME IT

    5
    By willied4
    THIS IS MY FIRST PURCHASE OF A VIDEO SINCE GETTING MY IPOD LAST YEAR. THE VIDEO WAS GREAT AND I JUST LOVE JAMIE FOXX. ITS A SHAME THAT IPODS ARE SO EXPENSIVE AS YOU WOULD HAVE MORE DOWLOADING IF MORE PEOPLE COULD AFFORD THE IPOD. THANKS
  • ?????????

    1
    By katherineray
    this is R&B?! soul?? i should think not! it's rap and the song is terrible
  • the best

    5
    By runescape spectacular
    this is the best song from jamie foxx i listen to it like all the time peace damnit that michael jacksons dead
  • nada

    5
    By srndrman
    un...frgn..believable.........absolutely hynotizes me......great rhythm and lyrics
  • Blame It

    5
    By Sister of Love
    Love It!!
  • Fun video

    4
    By sad1024
    Not a great song, but a fun song. The video looks like it was fun to shoot, but it could have definitely used a little bit more of Jake Gyllenhaal!
  • If you can do this, your a badd man.

    5
    By Annemarie 02114
    He made Opie look hip!!! Enough said!!!

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