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Album: Fever - Single

Artist: Dua Lipa & Angèle

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

  • Copyright: under exclusive license to Warner Records UK, a division of Warner Music UK Limited, ℗ 2020 Dua Li

Tracklist For Fever - Single By Artist Dua Lipa & Angèle

Title Artist Time
Fever Dua Lipa & Angèle 2:36 USD 1.29

Reviews For Fever - Single By Artist Dua Lipa & Angèle

  • She’s the best

    By abb2436
    Best song off the album. 10/10
  • 👏

    By 1icecreamlover!!!
    Truly awesome! Love this song! Rankings of top 7 songs by Dua Lipa: 1) Levitating 2) Physical 3) Break My Heart 4) Don’t Start Now 5) New Rules 6) Fever 7) One Kiss and more.....
  • Here for Angèle!

    By topgeargorilla
    God, when is Angèle going to get the attention she deserves in Anglophone markets. She’s incredible. The fact this is one of the only songs from her I can get on iTunes drives me nuts
  • Angèle

    By crystalshawl
    I followed angèle religiously since she was a new artist, great to see her on the charts and hear her amazing voice
  • The song is good but

    By pewdiepie😄
    She need to stop tryna show “stuff” like the other artists that are 99% naked I AM NOT BODY SHAMING AT ALL

    By Sugary soul
  • Fever

    By HeroSword14
    Dua Lipa is out here just slaying everyone else right now! Amazing!
  • yay

    By ICameForTheFreeAnime
  • Love it!!!!🎉

    By Alexis Tunnder
    Its great!!
  • Nice

    By a true gaga fan
    This era for dua is thriving Ranking 1. Future Nostalgia 2. Club Future Nostalgia 3. Levitating (feat. DaBaby) 4. Fever (feat. Angele)

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