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Album: Who Want the Smoke? (feat. Cardi B & Offset) - Single

Artist: Lil Yachty

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2018
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: Quality Control Music/Motown Records/Capitol Records; ℗ 2018 Quality Control Music, LLC, under exc

Tracklist For Who Want the Smoke? (feat. Cardi B & Offset) - Single By Artist Lil Yachty

Title Artist Time
Who Want the Smoke? (feat. Car Lil Yachty 3:18 USD 1.29

Reviews For Who Want the Smoke? (feat. Cardi B & Offset) - Single By Artist Lil Yachty

  • Boo

    By dudjfndj
    Cardi ruined the song. I think the song is ok. Even when cardi b is out of the song it still wouldn’t be the best. I kind of like yachty on this song. But offset is the only major part of the song.
  • Mehh........

    By hjfhs
    I miss the old Lil Yachty.
  • I don’t understand why people hate this single.

    By Liam-Man 72
    It’s not as bad as you think it is.
  • Cardi B

    By Jedi399
    4 all you people who say Cardi and Offset’s verse was trash. F**k that! Their verses saved the song. This song would’ve been better if it weren’t for Yachty’s verse
  • Trash

    By Pablo Kyet
  • Trash

    By beniebae
    And even more trash
  • Cardi

    By liyabreaux337
  • Cardi & Offset verse made this song

    By Desie1990
  • yee

    By iamsus420
    too much hate
  • 💩💩💩

    By Mcdoopy
    Staight doodoo y’all

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