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Album: Way You Move (feat. Snoop Dogg) - Single

Artist: Faith Evans

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2010
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2010 Prolific Music Group, Inc. & E1 Music

Tracklist For Way You Move (feat. Snoop Dogg) - Single By Artist Faith Evans

Title Artist Time
Way You Move (feat. Snoop Dogg Faith Evans 3:56 USD 1.29

Reviews For Way You Move (feat. Snoop Dogg) - Single By Artist Faith Evans

  • This is a nice tune!!!

    By NYCBT
    Nice smooth melody, worth buying. Snoop adds that extra something. But take notice, you can get the extended album version for only $.99.
  • Sigh, why?

    By mesomorphicman
    I have every Faith Evans CD, but seriously doubt I'll buy this one. Having Snoop rap is such a cop-out, talk about taking the easy road in an attempt to get a radio hit. Snoop, really? Her songs are mature and for grown folks, she doesn't need some guy like Snoop who will do anything for money, he'll do an ad for Simulac if they paid him enough. She doesn't need him, I have nothing against using a rapper, but use someone with some modern relevance and not him just cuz he's 'known' and famous. So disappointed in this, so so disappointed. Since the song is a radio & billboard flop I think I'm not alone in this thinking. Don't take the easy road, Faith, you're better than this.
  • Faith, you have been missed. Release more . . .

    By Elle_06
    I love this song!
  • Keeping the Faith in Faith Evans!

    By A2zBeauty
    This woman never lets me down. Album after Album, song after song. Her lyrics, mostly written herself, and her ability to have faith in her music and remain true to her fans. Go girl, love the song!
  • Bring It Faith

    By Yellow Child
    I like it, I like it. Faith hurry up this way again.
  • Faith is back

    By RDG72
    Hot track!!! Welcome back Faith
  • Faith is Back

    By Big Curt32
    I swear it's like she just re-emerged after the First lady with the new style all her own. I love it.
  • Faith Fan Fo Sho!

    By EF-KAY
    Faith, I have been in love with your voice for years, especially when you made "Catching Feelings" I was hooked. This track gives me a good feeling and I think it's HOT!!!!!!! Stop staying away for so long, we need you out here!
  • WEAK

    By arodlv
    I was expecting a little more from Ms. Evans. I have been a fan ever since and she needs to come back harder than this. it's not a bad song but it's not great.
  • I have kept the Faith!!!

    By Mr Cally
    I'm so glad she has returned!!! I been waiting for too long. I'm tired of listening to these machine made voices and screaming people on the radio. Finally someone who can SANG!! I'm not to thrilled on the choice of what song they released. But I know this album will be good. I can see myself blasting the songs in my house till my entire building knows them word for word. Give me what my ears and soul crave......the singing of Faith Evans!! Lol.

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