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Album: Don't Leave - Single

Artist: Snakehips & MØ

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2017
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2017 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited

Tracklist For Don't Leave - Single By Artist Snakehips & MØ

Title Artist Time
Don't Leave Snakehips & MØ 3:34 USD 1.29

Reviews For Don't Leave - Single By Artist Snakehips & MØ

  • Heart emoji

    By NightAesthetic
    This makes me cry
  • Ayee

    By 💗💗💗💗 GOOD!
    I thought this was going to be sang by a male, but ayye I really like this version it's amazing!!! Here from Shameless ❤
  • Crazy good

    By zizimusic
    Oshi is one hell of a producer, this track reminds me why I started loving his tracks.
  • 💯💯 great

    By Win😂😂😂
    This is a good song in my opinion.
  • man I dunno

    By liquidinferno
    it might be too good
  • MØ!

    By theesaurs
  • Amazing

    By jenmarrac
    Best song I've ever heard by them
  • starting 2017 off right

    By sc1996
    the lyrics are real, MØ's vocals are beautiful as always, and it's just an all-around fun song

    By Rioedmlover
    Some of my favorite artists combine! I love this masterpiece❤️🖤❤️!!
  • MØ Delivers Once Again

    By JTwalsh24
    With each new release, the wait for MØ's new album becomes more and more tedious. However, if these tracks are anything to go by it'll be well worth the wait.

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