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Album: Cyclone (feat. T-Pain) - Single

Artist: Baby Bash

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2007
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2007 Arista Records LLC

Tracklist For Cyclone (feat. T-Pain) - Single By Artist Baby Bash

Title Artist Time
Cyclone (feat. T-Pain) Baby Bash 3:42 USD 1.29

Reviews For Cyclone (feat. T-Pain) - Single By Artist Baby Bash

  • Throwback

    By Banger81
    Yes! Definitely A Throwback!!!!

    By Sammi17_
    This song is amazing love to dance🤔🍑🤑 with this song and others
  • Errr...

    By kickapoo_kid
    This is a awesome song!!!! :)

    By iloveedwardcullen<33
    ok so it might sound like it... but baby bash did not copy it. first of all its all in a different key, so the pitches are not the same. in addition, LIL JON HIMSELF PRODUCED THIS! IT SAYS IT IN TINY LETTERS ON THR ALBUM COVER. this is the greatest song ever created. i have listened to this about 800 times on my ipod. no joke.
  • Cool song

    By StarWars Fan1
    I think that Cyclone is a pretty cool song. I think that this song is very fun to dance to. Baby BAsh sounds like a really good artist, and I cannot wait ot hear more from him.
  • dumb

    By byrnesie44

    By Adamluver39
    This is the best dance song ever the beat is catchie it has a dance !

    By mtjrrlta
    DIS MOTHAFUKA IZ DA BEST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Sweet song

    By the king of halo
    this is a cool songg and has a tite beat to it but its jocin snap yo fingers, other than that its pretty cool
  • Hell yea

    By JHmusic
    this is sweet essays u got 2 bye it man

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