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Watch: Dorrough feat. DJ Drama, Diddy, Yo Gotti, Bun B, Diamond, Shawty Lo & Maino -- "Get Big (Remix)"

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We showed you the original song's video

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We gave you a free download link for the star-studded remix

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We showed you the cartoon video for that remix

. Oh, like we weren't gonna show you the remix's official video now that it's been released? C'mon now. Check it out above.

Then wonder like we did: What happened to Wiz Khalifa's verse? Was he just too busy touring (coincidentally, he stops by the House of Blues with Yelawolf tonight) to make the video shoot?

Hmmm. Interesting.

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