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Album: Stupid Love (Vitaclub Warehouse Mix) [feat. Vitaclub] - Single

Artist: Lady Gaga, BloodPop® & BURNS

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2020
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2020 Interscope Records

Tracklist For Stupid Love (Vitaclub Warehouse Mix) [feat. Vitaclub] - Single By Artist Lady Gaga, BloodPop® & BURNS

Title Artist Time
Stupid Love (Vitaclub Warehous Lady Gaga, BloodPop® & BURNS 3:40 USD 1.29

Reviews For Stupid Love (Vitaclub Warehouse Mix) [feat. Vitaclub] - Single By Artist Lady Gaga, BloodPop® & BURNS

  • ❤️

    By Trust and Us

    By JC Alvarez
    OK...this throw-back remix is way on point and celebrates the happy marriage between Gaga's contemporoary dance music sensibility and rockin' House/Dance music evolution. Listen and lose all abandon. This is epic!
  • House

    By RobbieLettieri
    So happy she’s integrating house music into Chromatica. Love this mix + super excited for the album release!
  • Good track.

    By Getapp8
    Don’t loose it.
  • To keep me dancing

    By Sabstav91
    Through this quarantine ❤️
  • Better than the OG

    By DJ9705
  • It’s the dance anthem!

    By KaydenAir
    Gaga has given the world this bop to dance while being at home!
  • the original one is awful

    By Rhys Towne
    and this is even worse
  • I like it

    By REDxKohow
  • Didn’t think it could get worse....

    By Britneyfan54
    Worse than the original 🤢 🤮

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