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Album: abcdefu (feat. Royal & the Serpent) - Single

Artist: GAYLE

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

  • Copyright: ℗ 2021 Atlantic Recording Corporation

Tracklist For abcdefu (feat. Royal & the Serpent) - Single By Artist GAYLE

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Reviews For abcdefu (feat. Royal & the Serpent) - Single By Artist GAYLE

  • Sad

    1
    By lydibugz
    It’s really sad to say that to a person. No one deserves to be treated so horribly weather it be verbally or any other way. And all the people saying “fy” in the comments, I feel bad for you and I hope that whatever you’re going through, you feel better❤️‍🩹
  • Love it!!

    5
    By Jbug<3
    Love the energy, love the self-expression. I’m excited for more 😜
  • Awesome song

    5
    By feuervogel3801
    F all you haters
  • I love it

    5
    By jebril ismail
    Queen
  • Really good!

    4
    By mommabommanicknack
    I think the original was better but the is is still very good. Fy to all the haters
  • Horrible lyrics

    1
    By AT40 Fan
    Today's music just sinks lower and lower. Do we really need another song filled with profanity??
  • Garbage

    1
    By MKFearlessMastery
    Absolute garbage and a horrible attempt at even being an industry plant.
  • Cringiest Thing Ever?

    1
    By CosmicAce
    I think Gayle has a nice voice, and much prefer her newer song “ur just horny”, the original version of this song is bad enough, but this feature makes it much worse. The new verse has cringe lyrics like “you’re bad at sex, RIP to me you’re dead”. Some versions of this songs are ok like angrier and the demo, but this version is just awful? How is it this high on iTunes? It’s just cringe, ew.
  • Nvm

    5
    By mia OG girl 255262727
    The end …
  • Ummm girl why you swearing over and over?

    1
    By Emz i.o
    I know you may be “angry” in the song, but I mean, how stereotypical. The same old swearing over and over again technique because you’re “angry”. But that doesn’t mean you have to be swearing all the time unless you don’t know how to control your emotions. I mean, how disappointing. Another pop star that will channel their emotions through swearing cause they don’t know how to control themselves and just not swear in the first place. You’re a disgrace. Oh yeah and nice try trying to cover the absolute useless, garbage song that never should’ve been made with a collaboration. Thanks for making it 2 times worse. And how did this trash even get popular?? It’s repetitive, annoying, useless, trashy, and doesn’t even have a meaningful purpose on this earth. So what’s the point? You getting your anger out on a trash song? And “Your mom and your sister?” I mean really? Those are literally 5 year old lyrics. Are you a child? Well you certainly act like one. Congratulations for making a useless song just like yourself

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