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Album: Honest (feat. Don Toliver) - Single

Artist: Justin Bieber

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2022
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2022 ILH Production Co. LLC, under exclusive license to Def Jam Recordings/Universal Records, a

Tracklist For Honest (feat. Don Toliver) - Single By Artist Justin Bieber

Title Artist Time
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Honest (feat. Don Toliver) Justin Bieber 3:13 USD 1.29

Reviews For Honest (feat. Don Toliver) - Single By Artist Justin Bieber

  • Nice and smooth

    4
    By PhyllinThisWay
    He’s not degrading women or bragging about guns and drugs. I hope the haters can someday stop hating. Bash enough artists and no one will be left to listen to.
  • Trash

    1
    By Sp31686
    Trash you liberal junk. Wannabe rapper with no soul in you. Your 2020 Album was the last good album that you had out. I bet future wouldn’t even use this beat for a song. Your career is over
  • His career has been over

    1
    By J.T.W./DARKNESS IN SMOKE
    Just stop
  • Jar jar binks music

    1
    By danbredow
    This and peaches are garbage.
  • No thanks

    1
    By Grandma/Bear
    He’s washed up ! Find a new job.
  • GarageBand quality

    1
    By Brettbm
    Lackluster sound, lyrics, you name it. JB has lost what little touch he had :/
  • Review

    5
    By juthihossain
    Good type of song
  • Stupid

    1
    By Thanos1995
    Justin Bieber has gotten terrible now just like that fake gospel record he wrote can he please get someone to bring him back on a artist development contract again like he was on at 15 I like his old stuff from believe to purpose and his new album changes and justice but still I think musicians these days try to hard but at least he isn’t changing his sound too much
  • Ears Bled

    1
    By rissaa007
    Justin just keeps getting worse and worse with each song he releases. No joke. My ears bled. I actually feel sorry for the people who think that this is good music. Stay ignorant.
  • Learn

    1
    By Madguy2120
    Learn to write a song. This is a beat and mumbling. Next.

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