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Album: Good as Hell (Remix) [feat. Ariana Grande] - Single

Artist: Lizzo

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

  • Copyright: ℗ 2019 Nice Life Recording Company and Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WE

Tracklist For Good as Hell (Remix) [feat. Ariana Grande] - Single By Artist Lizzo

Title Artist Time
Good as Hell (feat. Ariana Gra Lizzo 2:39 USD 1.29

Reviews For Good as Hell (Remix) [feat. Ariana Grande] - Single By Artist Lizzo

  • Seriously Apple Music

    By Shawn Vielee
    Y’all need to get yalls stuff together and start labeling songs with the s word in them as explicit
  • f i n a l l y ; )

    By join -faeriena- on roblox!
    I spent 5 years looking for this song- Also stop hating on Lizzo and Ariana Grande #STOPHATING! Your being unreasonable brats so shut up Okay? Thank u!
  • 😡

    By layup9999
    NOOOOOOO NOT ARIANA GRANDE AND LIZZO THEY ARE BOTH HORRIBLE AND UNORIGINAL SINGERS!!!! Even my hamster is covering her ears If u wanna hear some GOOD music listen to harry styles
  • Arianna and lizzo dont mix

    By jen1renee2
    Arianna has no decent musical talent and then thers lizzo who actually sounds good
  • Sexygirl

    By doglover🤩🤩😄
    It is even better with Ariana singing to!!!!!! Cannot stop playing that song!!!!!😊🤩😊🤩😍😍😘😆😍🤪😜🤗
  • Why are y’all hating?!

    By IsLa244354728282
    THIS REMIX IS FIRE! Yes you can only hear Ariana for twenty seconds or something but they are both amazing so THEM DOING A COLLAB?!? I mean- y’all’s just jealous she gets to talk to and sing with Ariana 🥱
  • Why?

    By The Album Rater
    Lizzo just wants to remain relevant after truth hurts. Clearly this was just put together in an attempt to go #1 on the charts. Don’t bother listening.
  • yup

    By amadog29
    great song
  • Cool remix

    By MusicForever163
    I like how Lizzo added Ariana to the song because I want it to be more interested in some beats and parts. I like Ariana’s voice, too!
  • Good

    By thejelds
    There voices are unique together, which is why I wish Ariana was on the song more. Also if you don’t like the remix, just buy the original.

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