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Album: Let's Ride (feat. Colt Ford) - Single

Artist: Morgan Mills

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

  • Copyright: ℗ 2014 Morgan Mills

Tracklist For Let's Ride (feat. Colt Ford) - Single By Artist Morgan Mills

Title Artist Time
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Let's Ride (feat. Colt Ford) Morgan Mills 3:42 USD 1.29

Reviews For Let's Ride (feat. Colt Ford) - Single By Artist Morgan Mills

  • Mills

    5
    By Only1turtleketner
    I really liked the song and her voice, I could have done without the whistling.
  • Let It Ride

    1
    By Jenee's Phone Account
    As a professionally trained vocalist, this is the worst, most off-key voice I have ever listened to. I cannot believe that someone would actually pay money to cut and release this song. Someone must have been paid off or she must know someone. It angers me because there is so much talent in the music industry that could have nailed it. Please, remove this from the radio!
  • Monetcountry

    5
    By Monetcountry
    Love this girl's voice and this song!! Her TV show is pretty cool too. Colt Ford is always good. Hope to hear more from these two! I play this song all the time and glad I could purchase it from iTunes.
  • Horrible song

    1
    By FREESTYLEkill3r
    Honestly might be the worst song I've heard on the radio in a long time. This is the first song I've ever felt the need to review because of how god awful it was. Her voice is so annoying. It sounds off key the entire time and nasally. The whistling in the song sounds awful as well. & then colt ford's feature is laughable. How could anyone possibly like this song? My parents both agreed, this may have been the worst song we've heard in the last few years.
  • Great Song!!

    5
    By jrig1980
    Once again Morgan Mills delivers a song that makes you roll the windows down and crank it up!!
  • Let's Ride!!

    5
    By Drew9177
    What a great song!!! Morgan you have a beautiful voice, and the lyrics are words to live by. I loooove it!!! Can't wait to hear it at the beginning of all the episodes of Universal Huntress!

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