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Album: Let's Love - Single

Artist: David Guetta & Sia

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

  • Copyright: Exclusive Licence Warner Music France, Label Parlophone, ℗ 2020 What A Producer Ltd

Tracklist For Let's Love - Single By Artist David Guetta & Sia

Title Artist Time
Let's Love David Guetta & Sia 3:20 USD 1.29

Reviews For Let's Love - Single By Artist David Guetta & Sia

  • Stolen 🤬

    By Eshigreen😍
    Ik this beat is stolen from the weeknd “Blinding lights”. Next time, be more original >:(. P.S the song isn’t even that good.
  • This is a wonderful tribute to Pat Benatar, SynthPop, and a love letter to the 80s

    By Benhereforever
    I really do love this song, such a nice tribute to love is a battlefield. I really am digging this wave of 80s inspired music. It seems like a magical era to have been in your teens and early 20s.
  • Pat Benatar homage or a rip-off?

    By Drewonimo
    I'm not sure what is the point of completely ripping off the beat AND the bassline of Love Is a Battlefield. It doesn't feel like anything other than laziness. C'mon Guetta, can't you be INSPIRED by it to do your own thing?
  • i love the 80’s theme

    By DominickNardone
    il i’ve this song can’t wait till a new sia album!!
  • Such a rip off of pat Benatars “love is a Battlefield”

    By J*^
    Wow so disappointed used to like sia and David Guetta collaborations..not anymore..since this is so unoriginal and straight copy in beat of Pat Benatars “love is a Battlefield.”
  • Amazing 😍😍

    By Tony B P.
    Loved it
  • NEVER Less than 5

    By Hamwhipper
    At this point, Sia has Pavlov'd me into hearing 5 stars. Such a long streak of brilliance, whatever's coming out of her mouth has me reaching into my wallet. Here's my money. Just take it.
  • Sounds familiar

    By C!ndyl0u
    Same beat if not a bit faster to Pat Benatar- Love is a battlefield. So if you like that song- this is your jam.
  • Love the vibes

    By SolidYellow
    This is very 80s sounding... 😍

    By Timedeo it the best
    This is funnny... not that bad I guess... (Love is a battlefield)

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