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Album: Drop Top (feat. Travis Porter) - Single

Artist: Flosstradamus

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2014
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2014 Ultra Records, LLC

Tracklist For Drop Top (feat. Travis Porter) - Single By Artist Flosstradamus

Title Artist Time
1
Drop Top (feat. Travis Porter) Flosstradamus 3:46 USD 1.29

Reviews For Drop Top (feat. Travis Porter) - Single By Artist Flosstradamus

  • DROP TOP

    5
    By dizzzy dean
    Flosstradamus has delivered another great song
  • Weak

    1
    By Ninusc92
    R.I.P. to the good Flosstradamus. Now everything has to be a rap song with generic production. I miss the "Total Recall" days.
  • What Happened???

    1
    By Michael Swan
    Where did the old Flosstradamus go? This is garbage compared to their old stuff. Very disappointed.
  • 🚧⚠️🚧

    2
    By Ayeoscar
    Ive been a true fan since banned 1, but i have to say this song isnt that good.
  • 👎👎

    1
    By jaybeans82170
    No good!!
  • Ctrl+Shift+Delete

    1
    By Niq74
    Nothing good to hear here, move along- just awful. Lyrically terrible and audibly awful.
  • That drop though

    5
    By Blaise37
    Flosstradamus delivers yet again!
  • Flosstradamus.

    5
    By Dylan Waddell
    DOPE MUSIC ONCE AGAIN!!!!
  • Dope!

    5
    By xoTaza
    Such a dope song! Sickest beats I've heard in a while. Makes me feel like I'm in a Fast and Furious movie
  • Soooo good!

    5
    By Lolololololololol
    Been waiting for this to come out and it didnt disapoint!

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