New Video: DJ Khaled Ft. Lil Wayne, T.I., Future & Ace Hood “Bitches & Bottles”

DJ Khaled and his superfriends reunite for his new video premiered today on MTV Jams. The clip’s your standard hip-hop visual loaded with, well, bitches and bottles. Kiss The Ring here.

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  • king

    is this shit not old to the general fan by now…. damn!!!

  • eDUB

    the censored version barely has any lyrics in the hook. Its pretty awkward

  • Birdham

    fuck censor

  • hip hop needs help

    woow how long till this shit gets played out fuk same old shit. hip hop really is dyeing oh well blame you stupid fans

  • Joe

    This song old as fuk

  • Hip Hop is dying

    These fools are ruining hip hop

  • YNRR

    New Video*

  • Black Shady

    smh

  • ZoomZoom

    FUTURE HENDRIX GREATEST SINGER OF OUR GENERATION YESSS

  • http://knowcars.wordpress.com anidas2005

    God this censored version is terrible

  • bang bang

    This is the song if the year.dj khaled better than your favorite rapper.onpy thing missing is idol chief keef.bang bang.kiss the ring bitch.we the best.ma ma ma ama amananannanan maybach music bitch!

  • Birdham
  • Evil

    corny ass song.No creativety.Played out,heard songs like this a million times before.

  • M.T

    i actually fuck with this song. Future was okay on the hook. wayne and TI’s verses were good.

  • sean

    you remember the days when we real hiphop videos era for hype Williams little x chris robinson and so on
    know any one with cam and mac book is director

    this is shit

  • WestCoast

    wtf !!! HipHop is dead

  • wickedess

    sam typical shit… may expect something new with this… bit.ly/U66BSN

  • Devante

    “Let’s get dumb and retarted”????

  • JAGUAR

    all this wack shit is happening cause of the fans from the south. is a big region with stupid , dumb swamp niggas. they live with leeches in there brains. and they support all tht garbage down there………..they dont know no better. we have to start bombing places like warnerbros, Mtv, bet, etc. to prove a point and save the last real culture that blacks created. cause whitey done took rock, jazz and soul from us…….now they declaring whats hot in hiphop by pushing all this wack shit down our throats………..put the bigmacs down and pick up your guns……….

  • Ether

    Lol Khaled still alive?

  • panther

    Hip-hop isn’t dead..its what we express,whether dreams,goals achieved or heart takes we have faced.we all have a message,and hip-hop will be whatever we make it..thing is. violence,is not the answer to fix hip-hop.its the messages on the radios and c.d.s perceived wrong by the listeners.the violence is what is hoped to cease and the story of a hard life that seems to cause all the destruction and restrictions we face in poverty trying to liberate ourselves on a level bigger than our street.the world is struggling in many places and we are Americans and people striving to survive in a world where discrimination and hatreds seem to take control instead of love and acceptance.due to color,and or culturalizations adopted by non-black and black alike.its not a black and or white thing here.its about us as a people trying to make a change at a certain level.and desperation depression and lack of opportunities and due to whatever reasons may be can be the cause of alot of misconstructed mindstates as to help push towards the violent and discriminative behaviors.hip-hop is not responsible for those things also saying it’s a black thing

  • panther

    Is not an accurately stated fact.
    It is the minds behind the expressions.
    If the person who does the artist work feels the music it is his if it was wrote by him and or portrayed as a message to help others be inspired to express themselves or to help others see what they normally wouldn’t in the richer parts of the world..where those things are seen as a folklore or made up basically fairytales to scare people.whereas some of it is real,to those who lived it or still do and hip-hop can help others see that there is a way if you want to do better in life either way if we are willing.we can use music as an expressive tool to learn,teach and inspire those who are hip-hop culturally involved and otherwise non-hip-hop types that we’re here,hear us we exist and and striving people too.long live all-colors of hip-hop heads.do ya thang, im gone do mine fo real.for family,for hip-hop,for me,for the next generations to come.maybe then my kids won’t have to live on foodstamps and can go to college without paying tens of thousands of dollars back and not being able to do it for whatever reason.and do it because i love hip-hop and all music if it speaks to me somehow in heart mind or feeling..keep it bumpin and really know hip-hop ain’t dead..its the deadness inside us that is making it what it is or the life within us that keeps it glowing bright as light for deadness inside to rejuvenate inside us.listening to it or making it..it is what we make it.much love and respect.peace yall.the rapper deezy is outie.but staying hip-hop.for life!

  • panther

    I meant the deadness inside to rejuvenate as life causing the darkness to subside and to allow the light to shine.from within without or without within ..its out there,and in there.let it show.