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Music Video: Fed Up (Director's Cut) [feat. Usher, Drake, Rick Ross & Young Jeezy]

Artisit: DJ Khaled

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 5:31

  • Copyright: DJ Khaled

Music Video For Fed Up (Director's Cut) [feat. Usher, Drake, Rick Ross & Young Jeezy] By Artist DJ Khaled

Reviews For Fed Up (Director's Cut) [feat. Usher, Drake, Rick Ross & Young Jeezy] By Artist DJ Khaled

  • Where's lil Wayne

    By $$$young mula$$$
    The song has lil wayne but da video dosnt if the video did I would give it 5 stars
  • Drake!

    By Murphstah!
    This guy is amazing this is the first time I ever heard of him!!!!!
  • Fed up

    By Mikemath
    Crisp ! Is a very good video ! I like the fact the they brought out different artist have to see who are them.
  • awesome

    By raul r.g. st8 from L.A.
    that video is insane u shud get it and the song is really good looks like DJ khaled might have a hit ladies and gentlemen
  • Awesome song

    By jonoliver95
    Great song, nd I helped make the video in the bridge scene. My dad worked for the making of this and I helped.!
  • OK

    By JLReilly
    its uhhh.. fine
  • Great video

    By imgood
    It's great the end is gay but if u care about da preview den jus watch it on utube
  • Drake

    By DrizzydrAkewife
    I think drake holds the song together
  • This song is fire, but...

    By God's# One
    They need to get the remix Feat. Weezy.
  • It's sounds stupid from the preview!

    By Drake Love = )
    2 stars for Drake, none for the preview (=

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