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Album: Phone Down (feat. Emily Warren) - Single

Artist: Lost Kings

  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 2016
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2016 Disruptor Records/RCA Records

Tracklist For Phone Down (feat. Emily Warren) - Single By Artist Lost Kings

Title Artist Time
Phone Down (feat. Emily Warren Lost Kings 3:35 USD 1.29

Reviews For Phone Down (feat. Emily Warren) - Single By Artist Lost Kings


    By Duhgreatjuan
  • YES

    By RamonaOfEssex
    This is super good.

    By Tim875
    This song has been stuck in my head all morning. Soon it will be stuck in people's heads all over the world. LostKings, you're awesome. Keep going. 🙌🏻
  • FIRE!!!

    By Irishlistener
    Love It…Keep the songs coming Lost Kings!

    By Heron09
    Great song! Keep 'em comin' Lost Kings!!

    By L B 13
    This song is absolute fire. So catchy. Next Big thing!
  • 5/5 Smash

    By Nevan222
    Gonna be the next radio hit for sure. Have it on everyone of my playlists already!
  • Six to Midnight

    By Grubeats
    This is the jam!!! Viva La Stool, Viva La Lost Kings!
  • Fire

    By Mimsazb
    Anything Lost Kings release is fire. Need more !!
  • Best freakin song!!

    By JoseA415
    Very catchy !!! Great beat!!! Love it!

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