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Album: Pussy Talk (Remix) [feat. Jack Harlow] - Single

Artist: City Girls, Quavo & Lil Wayne

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

  • Copyright: Quality Control Music/Motown Records; ℗ 2020 Quality Control Music, LLC, under exclusive license t

Tracklist For Pussy Talk (Remix) [feat. Jack Harlow] - Single By Artist City Girls, Quavo & Lil Wayne

Title Artist Time
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Pussy Talk (Remix) City Girls, Quavo & Lil Wayne 3:19 USD 1.29

Reviews For Pussy Talk (Remix) [feat. Jack Harlow] - Single By Artist City Girls, Quavo & Lil Wayne

  • Why Thou... Really... Why Thou

    1
    By Cookie aka Alan-Mykel
    I give props to all five artist for thinking of this song and the three men whom made the freestyle for it. But, honestly I would’ve added Cardi B, Megan Thee Stallion, Nicki Minaj, Mulatto, and/or any other women rappers to keep it flowing well and kept Doja Cat’s verse in there too. Quavo’s verse was basically near the best verse added that can be looked at like okay I accept and Lil Wayne could’ve been left out even thou he had a quick good verse and Jack Harlow could’ve been better even thou it flowed with the track and left a question mark. No offense to them but this wasn’t a remix but a male version of a freestyle track.
  • No no no

    1
    By Itssammyszn☁️💪🏽😂
    having men on this TRACK IS UNACCEPTABLE that’s all they want... this should have had WOMEN on it and not these 3 men... i love PT but this was a MISS FOR ME

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