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Album: Tap In (feat. Post Malone, DaBaby & Jack Harlow) - Single

Artist: Saweetie

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2020
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2020 ICY/Artistry Records/Warner Records Inc.

Tracklist For Tap In (feat. Post Malone, DaBaby & Jack Harlow) - Single By Artist Saweetie

Title Artist Time
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Tap In (feat. Post Malone, DaB Saweetie 4:13 USD 1.29

Reviews For Tap In (feat. Post Malone, DaBaby & Jack Harlow) - Single By Artist Saweetie

  • Lol

    1
    By dudjfndj
    What is that post Malone verse?
  • post doesn't fit this song

    4
    By Im ur dad (obviously)
    in my opinion he ruins this song. dababy was fire as usual, saweete was pretty good, and jack harlow was pretty fire as well. post kinda ruins the vibe of this song
  • Nope

    1
    By Henryyyvegaaa
    Had higher expectations
  • I’m traumatized by post

    4
    By a nom inous gamer tag
    Dababys a god
  • Okaaaaay I see you jack Harlow!

    4
    By vincentOvoXo
    Only clicked because I saw jack & posty But jacks verse tho 👀🔥🔥
  • This song is fire but post malone ruined it

    4
    By Jakobe James
    Saweetie-😏👍🏽😘👅 Dababy-😁💯ice drip 💧🔥🔥 Jack Harlow-🙂👍🏽💯 Post Malone-😒😳🙄🤢👎🏽
  • Sighhhh

    1
    By Amandapleasssss
    Sweetie just make your own cause I don’t like remixes to remixes 🥴she will do better or just do modeling ☹️
  • straight trash

    2
    By jgd :)
    the original song is much better. the remix should have been all females, like nicki megan and doja. the boys ruined the song so much it’s so hard to listen to it

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