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Music Video: All the Above (feat. T-Pain)

Artisit: Maino

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:16

  • Copyright: Maino

Music Video For All the Above (feat. T-Pain) By Artist Maino

Reviews For All the Above (feat. T-Pain) By Artist Maino

  • Amazing

    5
    By jedisammy0120
    I've been loving this song since it came out! Amino is a great rapper and no one should say otherwise!
  • Great song

    5
    By Mikeybuffalo
    Great song, and good music video, but iTunes please great the song/video for what happened featuring Jadakiss
  • Dickfart

    5
    By Blasbb
    This song is awesome and that guy who wrote "who said it" is a fagget just cause he don't like t pain dosent mean he have to be hatin on maino to
  • The Best Song

    5
    By Taylorlsoccer
    This is the best song! I'm addicted to listening to it!!!!
  • Wow

    5
    By rcubsrock
    Are you kidding me This is one of the greatest songs all time. Don't worry this is worth the money
  • Omg this is great !!!!!!!!!

    5
    By Dfchgyu
    One of the best songs I have herd all year get it
  • Not the best song I've heard in my life but it's ok

    4
    By cubort cumbodur
    It's ok
  • Loser

    5
    By hip hop stunna
    This song is great! But the dude who wrote the review "who said it" is just annoying. All he does is just degrade the song. Read his reviw you'll agree with me. This kid is actually the one who just came out of a coma. This is the best song of the year
  • One hit wonder

    5
    By Lee405
    Sweet song, vids tight too but he's never gonna hav another hit.
  • Dick

    5
    By Lolhftt
    Cool

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