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The two rappers throw a party in the parking lot and invite some twerking ladies in the music video.
The former 'Twilight' actor is confirmed by T-Pain to have popped the big question to his singer girlfriend.
The singer/rapper performs some songs like 'Up Down (Do This All Day)', 'Buy You a Drank (Shawty Snappin)' and 'Drankin Patna' while being joined by a keyboardist.
In the brand new visuals, T-Pain stands on a ledge outside his girlfriend's apartment as he keeps asking what's wrong with their relationship.
The rapper boasts about money, Grammys and gun in the song which was originally recorded by French Montana.
The rappers, along with other big names like Pitbull and Ace Hood, are said to have used The Batiste Brother Band's infringing materials in their own songs.
The Auto-Tune rapper won't send Yeezy any present after his baby's birth because the new dad 'has no couth when it comes to things like that.'
The incest-themed jam by the comedy trio is the latest release from their 'Wack Wednesdays' series.
The '5 O'Clock' rapper gets pixelated and turns into Mario Bros. as well as makes out with scantily-clad ladies in the video for the track off his upcoming mixtape 'Stoic'.
The music video sees the 'Follow the Leader' duo, Breezy and the Auto-Tune king busting a move and mingling with hot-looking ladies.
The brand new single has been made available for download and is expected to appear in Cody's upcoming debut album.
The '5 O'Clock' singer is joined by scantily-clad ladies while rapping to the camera in a junkyard.
In this fresh track taken from his upcoming album 'RevolveR', the autotune king teams up with Breezy to flirt with the lady they have the hots for.
The Nappy Boy singer/rapper, who is well known for his heavily Autotuned songs, shares screen with Dawn Richard.
The Nappy Boy Entertainment founder shows off his best moves in a music video supporting the Autotune-less song.