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Music Video: Best Love Song (feat. Chris Brown)

Artisit: T-Pain

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2011
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:49

  • Copyright: T-Pain

Music Video For Best Love Song (feat. Chris Brown) By Artist T-Pain

Reviews For Best Love Song (feat. Chris Brown) By Artist T-Pain

  • loved it

    5
    By LovelesslyBroken
    This song/video is awesome :) tpain and chris do great work together..
  • The best

    5
    By
    This is the best love song
  • The bes luv song evr

    5
    By Luckycharmz2121212
    Is literally the best love song ever
  • best love song EVER

    5
    By Littlekiddie
    Best love song is the best love song ever!!! Hahahaaaaa
  • love it!

    5
    By Falgione
    I love this song more then my boyfriend
  • Love it

    1
    By Nevada garcia
    So good. Love it.I love the music.Great video. Love your friend,Nevada!!!!!!!!
  • Wow

    5
    By mastermind 2.0
    When I first heard this song, I was impressed by him much auto-tuned it was. But now it's close to one of my favorite songs evar!!!!!
  • 5
    By Angel5673
    I LOVE THIS SONGG!! so good Chris brown n t-pain r amazing
  • O.o

    1
    By tootsie1997
    Love the song, STRONGLY dislike the video!!!!
  • Awesome song!

    5
    By bmd11
    I love this song. Its the best love song ever actually. I love Cimorelli's version too! Its an awesome new single. :) I l o v e i t. <3 & I really don't want the music video but the song, YEAAAAH!

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