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Album: Wild Side (feat. Cardi B) - Single

Artist: Normani

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2021
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2021 Keep Cool/RCA Records

Tracklist For Wild Side (feat. Cardi B) - Single By Artist Normani

Title Artist Time
Wild Side (feat. Cardi B) Normani 3:29 USD 1.29

Reviews For Wild Side (feat. Cardi B) - Single By Artist Normani

  • Pretty good!

    By Tonyyayo43
    Can’t wait to hear the album!
  • Killed it

    By ressemor
    Love this song yessssssss she killed it
  • 🤢🤮

    By Lilayyyyyy
  • Horrible

    By jenn3575
    Should have done it solo. Cardi does not fit the flow.
  • 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

    By Sheshe_B
  • song of the year

    By wild$ide!!
    it’s what I expected she outsold whole lotta flop & don’t go yet by racist c*mila
  • Yawn

    By itsdeniid
    Could’ve been better, tbh. It’s a boring song
  • The Video is Amazing

    By Rinse4ever
    I love the song. The dance moves remind me of Aaliyah - Janet J - Ciara - and all of the outfit changes were incredible. Chef’s kiss 💋
  • Definitely a comeback for Normani

    By Casstheone34
  • Boring

    By DennisRod
    Underwhelmed & disappointed. Nothing original here, just the same old R&B sound without innovation. Go back to the drawing board

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