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Album: Plastic Dreams (feat. Johanna Fay) - Single

Artist: G-Eazy

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

  • Copyright: ℗ 2012 G-Eazy

Tracklist For Plastic Dreams (feat. Johanna Fay) - Single By Artist G-Eazy

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Reviews For Plastic Dreams (feat. Johanna Fay) - Single By Artist G-Eazy

  • Never disappoints

    By murdaa55
    This kid doesn't put out bad music period. It's on point on every level.
  • Can't wait for the album!

    By gblaze
    With songs like Mariyln, Mad & Plastic Dreams I can't wait till the new album "Must Be Nice"!!!
  • Oh am gawwwwd.

    By CinnyTyTy
    Whenever he comes out with something new, I just download it without even hearing because I know all of his music is great!
  • Awesome Song

    By ra_chel_d
    G-Eazy is the best! Another awesome song!
  • G-Eazy , Plastic Dreams on hit.

    By Thrillionaire_
    Totally love it, the lyrics are amazing and that beat is always on hit. You did it again and couldn't of done it any better <3
  • So dope!

    By p!nk suks said joe
    Thanks G-Eazy such a sick song!!!!
  • Love g-eazy

    By nana246
    G-eazy does it once again! His lyrics are so real. His voice is the best!

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