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Album: Wobble - Single

Artist: V.I.C.

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2008 Reprise Records for the U.S. and WEA International Inc. for the world outside the U.S.

Tracklist For Wobble - Single By Artist V.I.C.

Title Artist Time
Wobble V.I.C. 5:23 USD 1.29

Reviews For Wobble - Single By Artist V.I.C.

  • Wobble And Topple

    By Cheese dips
    Do you know… how information can get in your head! Because it's a great song!
  • Love it

    By dmbielobocky
    One of my favorite songs to dance to!!!
  • Pep Rally!

    By TheBMFIC
    Pep Rally!!! Pep Rally!!!
  • GO TO HELL🔥💥👿😡

    By Hollyrhodes4
    I will stick your wobble in a microwave!!!!!

    By Alexiso7
    This song is so awesome¡ totally need to get this song!💋
  • #see me wobble

    By jacob the "rockstar"
    My friends love this song and i love it more than anyone in the world because of a dance that i made up to it. "Look up on youtube or facebook (kid doing his own way of the wobble)"
  • Wobble

    By monsterswag4

    By CindaSaid
    Dis song falls on my top ten favorite songs of all time at no 2 behind hey ya! ONE OF DA BEST SONGS EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • That TJMS Friday Song!

    By Ladytatooine
    I just had to download this song! Every Friday on the TJMS on the radio, I know it's 8 a.m. when this song comes on! Well done on the music to get the weekend going!
  • Wobble Shmobble

    By Shiggidy Shwop
    dumb song

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