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Album: bad guy - Single

Artist: Billie Eilish & Justin Bieber

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2019
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2019 Darkroom/Interscope Records

Tracklist For bad guy - Single By Artist Billie Eilish & Justin Bieber

Title Artist Time
bad guy Billie Eilish & Justin Bieber 3:14 USD 1.29

Reviews For bad guy - Single By Artist Billie Eilish & Justin Bieber

  • 🫤🫤

    By Purplegirls1235
    It’s good I guess but I kinda think Jb needed to find himself another song other than this because his voice makes this song get lest good reviews
  • F___ you haters!!!

    By dabeast266874
    (I’m 9)
  • Well then

    By .peas.
    It’s something... but Justin Bieber??? Really? Yeah, no.
  • guys chill

    By TheRealMeganTheStallion
    she loves Justin Bieber she just wanted to do a song with him
  • Screw u haters

    By Copshie
    This songs awesome-
  • No

    By mmmmmmhuuh8g
    So bad
  • ❗️❓🚫 your the bad guy

    By owenarcher
    🅰️nd not good
  • To the haters and Billie

    By niiejdj
    Ok so HATERS if you don’t like the song SHUT UP and don’t listen to it and Justin did not ruin the song he made it better and to Billie your song is a amazing with or without Justin but I will be looking forward to more duets with u two
  • Trash - rubbish - inane - hot vomit

    By Ninomodugno
    Awful - bloody awful - tell the world to stay away from this audial vomit it’s all over the place and musically makes no sense.
  • Pretty ok

    By TheRoPo01234
    It was fine in my opinion

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