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Album: It Was A… (Masked Christmas) [feat. Ariana Grande & Megan Thee Stallion] - Single

Artist: Jimmy Fallon

  • Genre: Holiday
  • Release Date: 2021
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2021 St. James Place, Inc., under exclusive license to Republic Records, a division of UMG Recor

Tracklist For It Was A… (Masked Christmas) [feat. Ariana Grande & Megan Thee Stallion] - Single By Artist Jimmy Fallon

Title Artist Time
It Was A… (Masked Christmas) Jimmy Fallon 3:00 USD 1.29

Reviews For It Was A… (Masked Christmas) [feat. Ariana Grande & Megan Thee Stallion] - Single By Artist Jimmy Fallon

  • Was fun for a bit

    By GoodByeRiddance
    I was really enjoying the song until “We’ll be in line for a booster” Good lord way to ruin a song with propaganda. Seriously trash. You saved me $1.29 it’s peoples lives we hear it enough vaccine, booster etc and yet you can still get Covid with it. Please stop forcing it onto everyone!!
  • Stupid

    By joejoey725
    Lets just keep Christmas, Christmas. Can’t let Covid rule everything
  • Ariana Slayed

    By MePlayHockey37
    There’s nothing Ariana can’t do, including making this rubbish propaganda-filled jingle sound pleasant during her parts. Three stars just because Ariana is amazing.
  • Political Propaganda

    By jhm12870
    Big Pharma political propaganda goes pop! 💉🤮
  • Woke Propagandist Garbage

    By Blake0305
    I am willing to bet NBC put him up to this. Read the room homie. This would be a tad funny if you weren’t trying to coerce people into believing this is a “miracle” jab.
  • Fun

    By advgvbnjoppubnm
    Love this song. It has a good beat!
  • Thank you for trying to save lives

    By autumnsky14
    Great song. Great message. Sick of seeing people in my hospital with COVID struggling to breathe. Get in line for a booster if you don’t have one already … please.
  • Loved it

    By JustPlainSane
    Glad to hear them put some humor in this pandemic ! Just in time for New York’s mask mandate indoors. From those who care about others, thank you!
  • Get out of here

    By 419pro
    Bunch of crap
  • Exactly

    By RW206
    ariana doing what she does best per usual

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