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Album: Rude (Acoustic) - Single

Artist: MAGIC!

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2014
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2014 Sony Music Entertainment International Limited

Tracklist For Rude (Acoustic) - Single By Artist MAGIC!

Title Artist Time
Rude (Acoustic) MAGIC! 3:43 USD 1.29

Reviews For Rude (Acoustic) - Single By Artist MAGIC!

  • I don't like it

    By Gkdhdhfjjdjb8:):&&:&;7;!,$$:)
    I hate every version of this song. I don't hate all his songs just this one.

    By Music Messenger Of The World
    This version of 'RUDE' is...'RUDELY & ACOUSTICALLY Beautiful period.....
  • Lazy

    By sterburger deluxe
    It sounds exactly like the original. It seems like they turned down the percussion, recorded acoustic guitar, and then used the EXACT same vocal takes from the full version. They got lazy and greedy with this
  • Magic rude

    By Renpena
    Magic rude
  • Sounds exactly the same

    By Jake120502
    Good but sounds exactly the same!
  • :( it doesnt play!

    By Harrypotter-4567
    I downloaded both the acoustic and original.. The original version doesn't play on my phone! ?
  • Love

    By amanda_Elliexx7108
    I am in love with them <3
  • Magic

    By Girls Can't Eat 15 Pizzas
    Acousitc is beautiful
  • :(

    By AlzIEA
    I love this song although I have noone to love it with :-(
  • never die

    By always tired 01
    LOL looks like this song will never die. Whats next? Spannish version?

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