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New! Travie McCoy – Billionaire Remix (feat. T-Pain, Gucci Mane, Bruno Mars)

To be honest, I thought “Billionaire” was an ok track, and I think this is even worse (I wanna know who’s idea it was to put Gucci on a track’s whose purpose is to be soft and sweet). However, I know some of y’all are fans, so why not. Hopefully decentlydope will refine your petty tastes. Just kidding, listen to whatever the fuck you want as long as you still visit, and we’ll continue to post these kinds of songs up, whether we like ‘em or not.

Travie McCoy – Billionaire Remix (feat. T-Pain, Gucci Mane, Bruno Mars)
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