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Album: Bag of Money (feat. Rick Ross, Meek Mill & T-Pain) - Single

Artist: Wale

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2012 MMG/Warner Records Inc.

Tracklist For Bag of Money (feat. Rick Ross, Meek Mill & T-Pain) - Single By Artist Wale

Title Artist Time
Bag of Money (feat. Rick Ross, Wale 4:07 USD 1.29

Reviews For Bag of Money (feat. Rick Ross, Meek Mill & T-Pain) - Single By Artist Wale

  • Bag of $$ remix

    By Nicole seals
    Fire just got HOTTER!!
  • Sexy Sound

    By BuRock 2010...
    Strong & Sexy sound from T-Pain. %100 T-Pain...
  • Great

    By Awesomethunder
    Only t-pain song i actually like meek and wale killed it
  • T-Pain did his thang.

    By Quentin8909
    This song is dope.
  • I let her count it fo mea!

    By Arnold Casey Jr
    Great beats! Great artiest! Maybach Music! YMCM!!
  • I don't know what yall talkin about..

    By NarlyNick13
    T-Pain only makes the song so much better... As does Wale.. Rick Ross.. Meek Mill
  • msyo

    By Yo Fos
    ride ride music!!!!!!
  • I don't usually go for this

    By xrebelmysticx
    Kinda music but this one is pretty catchy. They killed it. Stuck in my head fa sure. Putting t-pain on here was a good idea...definitely gonna get AirPlay.
  • t-pain... :/

    By RWB47
    t-pain ruined this song. i like the version w/out im. milly is tearing it up love dreamchasers and mr. philadelphia im hooked
  • This is the Lick!!

    By Home Grown South Florida Girl
    This song is too HOT!! My daughter let me hear it and I have it on repeat in my car....and I just downloaded it today 05/26/2012!!

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