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Album: Locked Away Again (The Remix) [feat. Adam Levine & Lil Wayne] - Single

Artist: R. City

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2015
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2015 Kemosabe Records

Tracklist For Locked Away Again (The Remix) [feat. Adam Levine & Lil Wayne] - Single By Artist R. City

Title Artist Time
1
Locked Away Again (The Remix) R. City 4:08 USD 1.29

Reviews For Locked Away Again (The Remix) [feat. Adam Levine & Lil Wayne] - Single By Artist R. City

  • Great

    5
    By BbyLyN
    Love it!! It's that simple
  • Awesome song😆😆

    5
    By Born to swim girl
    All their voices are great!😆
  • APPRECIATE

    5
    By LilJ03L
    At least we get a conscious Wayne verse that fits in well, good track 👍🏽
  • AWESOME

    5
    By Queen of hearts❤️❤️❤️❤️
    AMAZING, AWESOME
  • WEEZY DA KING

    5
    By @TheDream_09
    DOPE AF!!!
  • WEEZY

    5
    By WSULover
    Still a pretty good song, even with Weezy
  • Weezy

    5
    By Kuntah
    Weezy F. Baby
  • Original Is Infinity x Better

    1
    By bannanerrrrr
    No... why is there a need to always make a remix and kill a song?!?
  • Not bad

    4
    By MusicGal731
    This song is not bad at all. Adam levine's voice is so soothing to me. The lyrics aren't t bad either.
  • Not much difference

    3
    By Ajt101010
    There are a few lines that have changed not worth buying an entire new song.

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