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Album: Need You - Single

Artist: Dillon Francis & NGHTMRE

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2016
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2016 Mad Decent

Tracklist For Need You - Single By Artist Dillon Francis & NGHTMRE

Title Artist Time
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Need You Dillon Francis & NGHTMRE 3:17 USD 1.29

Reviews For Need You - Single By Artist Dillon Francis & NGHTMRE

  • It's the good

    5
    By Toasty98
    Yesssss sirrrr
  • MY EARS!

    5
    By Game of Sucess 100%.ITS TRUE
    Oh gawd,It made my ears bleed,we'll probably.Its was savage though! 😍
  • Nice

    4
    By Zai_27
    I thought this was an interesting collab cuz Dillon Francis does a lot of Moombahton and NGHTMRE is more of a trap guy. the result was pure fire!! I only gave it four stars cuz the "I need you sample has been overused by producers.
  • 🔥🔥🔥

    5
    By CommentSpace
    It's so fire, it burnt my iPad AND my iPhone! That's a reaaaaly good sign.
  • Dammmmmn Dillon

    5
    By Jordan👽
    🔥 bye Dillon
  • "I Need U" Sample is so overused

    4
    By BassFace :D
    "I Need U" Sample is so overused, but this is still a good track. I prob own at least 5 tracks w this same sample though which is why producers need to stop buying into sample packs n do ur own sound design/vocal recording.
  • Nice :)😎✌

    5
    By Vfmc777
    Love it!!!!!
  • Fkin boss

    5
    By Omgnothimagain
    Is Everyone Okay? Is Everyone Okay? Is Everyone Okay? Is Everyone Okay? Is Everyone Okay?
  • Fire liability

    5
    By SamReader
    Well first off, Apple should consider the creation of nonflammable covers. If Dillon Francis ruins another one of my phones due to fire damage, I'm gonna file a law suit. This constant flame throwing DJ, and his lit music, is a liability to all iPhones out there. I'm now accepting all donations, for just a $1 today, you can save a young souls iPhone from wild fire Dillon. Donate to the 'it's Lit' foundation and prevent future litness and straight fire from DJ Dillon Francis, destroying your phones. In other news, great song!
  • Good as always..

    5
    By J*^
    Great sound and good beat..

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