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Music Video: F**kin' Problems (feat. Drake, 2 Chainz & Kendrick Lamar)

Artisit: A$AP Rocky

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:52

  • Copyright: A$AP Rocky

Music Video For F**kin' Problems (feat. Drake, 2 Chainz & Kendrick Lamar) By Artist A$AP Rocky

Reviews For F**kin' Problems (feat. Drake, 2 Chainz & Kendrick Lamar) By Artist A$AP Rocky

  • cringe barf

    By Teddybear346
    i am extremely disapointed.
  • ba

    By fsafsasfassafas
  • F**kin Problems

    By Green Eyes43
    I'm a true rock and roll fan but i have a few rap artist i like as well as songs to. As soon as i heard this song, i liked it right away, i would of gave the song 4 stars right away but after hearing for the first time the explicit version on i tunes i now give it a 1 star they sound like very uneducated rappers singing the same thing: "I like to F**k Yeah i gotta a F**kin problem!!" Over and Over LAME!!
  • Solid

    By its-nicole
    Good video--not as good as the song, but still good. Visually interesting, good editing... it's all there. While it doesn't really introduce anything new, it's still good. Also, the ladies in this video are fiiiiiiine. (On a side note: if you don't like rap music, why are you reviewing a rap video?)
  • yeah no

    By ebrnsmile
    some things in life are messed up… like this
  • i like the song...

    By hisquidny
    ...better than the video. however when combined the effect is entertaining none the less. i still don't understand why people would leave negative comments concerning the women in the video; especially in this day and age, women in america are smart and confident and can speak for themselves.. is it so unbelievable that a woman would want to be involved in this video/lifestyle?
  • Hot

    By SHONUFF 8 u
  • Garbage

    By ErickHO
    just garbage
  • Sounds good until you really listen and watch.

    By Kadi
    I love the beat, music, the lyrics are so catchy, but surely you could think of more unique and intelligent lyrics/images than those degrading women. It's getting kind of tired....
  • Bad

    By Awesome932804
    Eminem is Better than this h03.

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