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Album: Don't Give up on Me (feat. MAKO) - Single

Artist: ILLENIUM & Kill the Noise

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2018
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2018 Proximity. Mako appears courtesy of Ultra Records, LLC

Tracklist For Don't Give up on Me (feat. MAKO) - Single By Artist ILLENIUM & Kill the Noise

Title Artist Time
Don't Give up on Me (feat. MAK ILLENIUM & Kill the Noise 4:39 USD 0.99

Reviews For Don't Give up on Me (feat. MAKO) - Single By Artist ILLENIUM & Kill the Noise


    By MPLily
    The lyrics gave me shivers, the drop shook me, and overall it’s amazing! You can hear who did each part if ya listen close :3
  • 🔥🤙🏼🔥🤙🏼🔥

    By Foxy818
    It’s a banger
  • ugh

    By Skullchrist
    Start was nice. The drop sounds like I've heard it a thousand times before -_-'
  • Wow

    By Agera17
    This song is awesome, and its so cool to see this combo. Mako and KTN + Illenium? Legendary

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