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Album: Flight - Single

Artist: Steve Aoki & R3HAB

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2013
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2013 Ultra Records, LLC

Tracklist For Flight - Single By Artist Steve Aoki & R3HAB

Title Artist Time
1
Flight Steve Aoki & R3HAB 4:22 USD 1.29

Reviews For Flight - Single By Artist Steve Aoki & R3HAB

  • Flight is right

    5
    By BPoynts4
    Gives off a feel almost like Turbulence in parts. Steve Aoki always delivers bangers & he has done it again with the help of R3hab!
  • Sweet drop

    5
    By Santiago21
    This song is killer. Amazing drop!
  • I thought this song name was "aoki-jump" but whatever

    5
    By Niggaplz12627
    I like the original name better :( But sone this da best!!!
  • EDCLV2014!!

    5
    By Katfiish
    Rave Is King!
  • Produced to blow the roof

    5
    By Nick7Pro
    Powerful beat, JUMP IT!
  • LIKE

    5
    By TeresaRD
    Amazing sound
  • Sick new track!

    5
    By Shuppster
    Another sick hit that's gonna BLOW UP!
  • One of the best EDM songs of the year.

    5
    By Lupe731
    This song will defiantly make you wanna jump in the air. R2hab has made consistent quality songs throughout the year, and this song is a another example of his fun and crazy style.

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