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Album: Hello There (feat. Yung Pinch) - Single

Artist: Dillon Francis

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

  • Copyright: ℗ 2017 IDGAFOS

Tracklist For Hello There (feat. Yung Pinch) - Single By Artist Dillon Francis

Title Artist Time
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Hello There (feat. Yung Pinch) Dillon Francis 3:00 USD 1.29

Reviews For Hello There (feat. Yung Pinch) - Single By Artist Dillon Francis

  • Hello there

    5
    By em1786
    Feeling it. Tropical, chill, upbeat vibes. Hello there this is giving me all types of nostalgic feelings.
  • It grows on you...

    5
    By DJLTRNTVE
    You know at first, I wasn't really feeling this song at first and was like 'meh' but the music video was rad. A couple days later, I'M FEELING THE VIBES. DILLON. YOU ARE KING.
  • Most annoying song on BPM radio

    1
    By StreetMagus
    Probably the most annoying song being played on BPM nowadays. The vocals are annoying and too excessive. Little to no beats..just an annoying voice repeating the same line of way too often. Can’t wait for BPM to stop playing this crap.
  • No.

    1
    By P.s. i handmade it
    He usually makes great music but the beat, the vocals, the lyrics.. they just don't do it for me.
  • Auto tuned to much

    2
    By Nik333
    Can anyone just sing without using assistance these days?!
  • Not good

    1
    By soccerstudx23
    I'm a big fan of Dillon, but just not feeling this new single. He did a great job of promoting it on social media, and I know that some people really liked it, but it just wasn't for me. I hate the vocals and lyrics. Still a fan though and will be anticipating the next release!
  • Let’s stop with the autotuned vocals

    2
    By Brandalgo
    I cannot stand the vocals on this track. The beat wasn’t doing enough for me either, just seemed a little boring. I’ll have to pass on this one.
  • New song who's dis?

    5
    By Jm9989
    Glad to see Dillon do some new stuff. It's dope 💯🔥🙌

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