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Video I Bought A Box Of Amazon Customer Returns

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21:58   |   02/22/2019 at 22:52

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  • ♪This is Safiya's new intro song. ♪🎶
  • *woop*
  • Hello, friends, and welcome to another video.
  • Today, I'm gonna be buying and opening an Amazon return box.
  • So I'm guessing that most of you guys have probably bought something from Amazon before,
  • and at least some of you have also returned something to Amazon.
  • Now, I've done both of those things,
  • and to be honest,
  • I always assumed that when you return something,
  • they just zhuzh it up and then sell it again,
  • but supposedly,
  • unless it's a hundred percent (100%) unopened,
  • like, NEW new,
  • Amazon actually sends their customer returns to a liquidation facility,
  • where they are bundled with other returned items
  • and auctioned off to the highest bidder.
  • So we found this website,
  • aptly named Liquidation.com,
  • which, amongst other things,
  • auctions off these Amazon return packages.
  • And it seems like, from the looks of it,
  • you can get a LOT of returned merchandise
  • for a fraction of what it would altogether sell for at retail price.
  • Like, thousands of dollars worth of items for, like a hundred bucks.
  • Which sounds good--
  • maybe too good.
  • So I figured it would be fun to bid on and buy a return box,
  • and when it gets here,
  • see if it's actually a really great deal,
  • or if these items are a little further away from "almost-new" than we had hoped.
  • All right! Let's start bidding.
  • So I'm gonna open up Liquidation.com--
  • and Liquidation.com doesn't only service, like, Amazon returns,
  • but you can search specifically for them,
  • and when you look at just the Amazon returns,
  • You see a lot of different packages that are up for auction in the next day or so,
  • like housewares,
  • air conditioners,
  • apparel,
  • health and beauty,
  • X-boxes....
  • You name it: They may have it.
  • So let's take a look at this apparel bundle,
  • just so you guys can kind of see how these listings are laid out.
  • So for this one specifically, you get sixty-one items,
  • with a suggested retail price of $2000,
  • and right now the top bid is $100.
  • Usually there are a couple of photos
  • that oftentimes aren't, like, very helpful.
  • They're sort of taken at close-up angles,
  • so you don't get a good view of the whole package,
  • but you can see everything that's supposed to be in the package,
  • because they have this manifest
  • where they list every item that's in there.
  • The only trickery that might be afoot
  • is maybe if the items are in bad condition,
  • I wouldn't be able to tell
  • because the photo is just of a Timex watch really close up.
  • You can also see on the manifest
  • that even though each bundle is categorized,
  • like, this one is supposed to be apparel,
  • there are still some random throw-ins in each package, like,
  • four items called "Bed, Bath, Home, and Closet,"
  • as well as a thermos,
  • and an American Kennel Club
  • anti-anxiety
  • calming coat for dogs,
  • which I guess is apparel--
  • but it's just dog apparel.
  • So there is, like, some elements of an eBay mystery box.
  • It's not a mystery, but it's a box of a lot of different things.
  • All right. So now that we've kind of, like, walked through a listing,
  • let's just, like, take a look at some of the ones that are available in the next day or so.
  • I'm mostly interested in apparel and health and beauty packages,
  • because I want to get something that we can try on or put on our face.
  • My face.
  • My singular face.
  • So on this first page, there are a few apparel listings.
  • It looks like this is, like, an ugly Christmas sweater right here
  • with some pentagrams on it.
  • It's a little early for Christmas,
  • but I guess for, like, satanic Christmas,
  • it's just ... it's just a year-round affair.
  • There's also something called "AquaDance" in here.
  • It says "the ultimate shower experience."
  • So this listing has a hundred and ten items in it,
  • and its retail value is said to be $2073,
  • with a current bid of $110.
  • In general,
  • I think a lot of these listings are
  • marketed towards people who are opening up stores,
  • who might want to, like, buy a lot of things to have inventory to sell.
  • So I feel like maybe with this listing,
  • they're hoping for like a ... satanic shower-shop owner.
  • I'm really intrigued by this category,
  • "Assorted Bed, Bath, Home, and Closet,"
  • because it seems like a lot of these listings
  • just have, like, a bunch of those thrown in.
  • I'm pretty interested in this box,
  • so I'm gonna call it option one,
  • but we're gonna keep scrolling and see if we can't find some other options as well.
  • This sounds kind of interesting.
  • This is a health and beauty package,
  • and one of the marquee items is a Braun epilator.
  • I think epilator is, like, a hair-removal device.
  • Tyler usually waxes my mustache.
  • So this package has fifty items in it,
  • and the retail value is supposed to be
  • $1500,
  • and the current bid is$150.
  • But in one of these photos it looks like something is very broken or torn up.
  • That's a very revealing photo.
  • I'm surprised they included that.
  • So it actually looks like there are two different kind of epilators,
  • which are electric hair removers.
  • Besides that, we also have a couple of water flossers,
  • a white-noise sound machine--
  • I wonder if that's the thing that's broken here--
  • as well as a lot of, like, hair-styling tools,
  • and a few mystery "Health and Beauty" items.
  • So that's the general gist of this package.
  • So we'll keep this one in the running and I'll keep looking around for a couple more options.
  • Ooh, interesting!
  • So this is a housewares bundle,
  • but it says there is a teacup set in it,
  • and that piques my interest right away.
  • So there are fifty-seven items in this bundle,
  • and the suggested retail value is $1770,
  • and the current bid is $83.
  • It's pretty good.
  • It's a pretty good one.
  • So, in this manifest,
  • It looks like the most expensive item
  • is a "Roayl [sic] Quality Fur Felt Hat"?
  • After that, it seems like
  • there's actually just a lot of apparel items
  • before we get to any home goods.
  • But there is a removable plate grill and panini press.
  • Now that's intriguing.
  • Oh, and at the bottom, we've got a bunch of mugs!
  • This one actually does sound kind of promising,
  • even though I'm not really big into, like, fur things,
  • so I'm gonna put this to the side as option number three,
  • and let's just see if we can find one more possible option,
  • and then we'll decide between our four.
  • So, this listing has a ping-pong table--
  • I don't know if we have space for it,
  • but it does sound exciting!
  • In this same listing,
  • they're also selling a cage
  • and a crib,
  • so I don't really know what's going on there. Or-
  • It's a little bit strange.
  • Ooh!
  • This one says Ray-Ban sunglasses. That looks interesting.
  • All right,
  • so this is another apparel bundle
  • and it says that it has
  • fifty-five items in it,
  • and its suggested retail value is $1750,
  • and its current bid is $100.
  • So it looks like the most expensive item
  • is a Donna Morgan Peyton gown,
  • but it is a size two,
  • so I would not fit into that.
  • But then the second most expensive item
  • is our pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses,
  • which are worth $187.
  • Besides that it looks like most of the other apparel
  • is like, athletic apparel.
  • Oh, wow!
  • And then we also, further down,
  • have a "Naughty By Nature Faux Leather Garter Slip and Thong Set."
  • This one seems to have a little less logic as to how they pieced everything together,
  • but, you know, I feel like all four of these packages
  • have just some strange items thrown in.
  • All right, so I think we have our four options.
  • Of course, we have our first lot,
  • which is the sort of, like, occult Christmas sweater lot,
  • and then our second option is our hair bundle,
  • as in there are a lot of hair removers and also hair stylers.
  • Our third option has the teacup set,
  • panini press and fur hat,
  • and our fourth option has a very expensive pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses,
  • and then a lot of extra fun stuff thrown in as well.
  • Now I feel like usually when people buy these packages,
  • they're looking for, like, the best resale value,
  • but I'm more looking for products we can test.
  • So I am actually leaning towards the hair removers and stylers bundle,
  • just because I've never tried an epilator before,
  • and also because there are a lot of electronics in there,
  • and I'm interested to see
  • if maybe they were returned because they're defective or something.
  • So there's six hours left in this auction,
  • so I'm gonna start bidding on this guy and hopefully win it,
  • and once it's finally here, we'll test some of these things out.
  • Okay!
  • So I'm up about six hours later,
  • and I just swooped in and got the winning bid on our listing.
  • Turns out that while I was sleeping,
  • a lot of people bid
  • on our Braun epilator,
  • so the price got jacked up, like,
  • all the way to $261,
  • which is still a good deal,
  • but, like, not as good of a deal as it looked like before.
  • So, we also have to pay for shipping, which I knew
  • beforehand wasn't going to be cheap,
  • but it's not cheap.
  • Shipping is actually about two hundred dollars,
  • so the entire price of the package comes out closer to five hundred dollars,
  • and I think that's probably because we got, like, a package that's so far away.
  • Ours was in Indiana, so if it was closer,
  • it'd probably be cheaper,
  • and if it was even closer,
  • you could just go pick it up in person.
  • But regardless, it's on its way now,
  • so, next time you see me, I'll have my haul!
  • All right!
  • So it's been about ten days,
  • and our packages have arrived!
  • So, as you can see, we have four packages:
  • three boxes
  • which are, like, pretty intact looking,
  • and then THIS box.
  • I remember seeing something kind of smashed up in the photos on the listing,
  • but I don't remember this
  • specifically.
  • So I'm gonna drag all of our boxes into the garage.
  • Oh, man, this one's heavy!
  • Oh, this one's heavy!
  • so we can unbox
  • everything and make sure we got all of our items
  • and see what condition they're in.
  • Oof, all right ....
  • So here's how we're gonna do this:
  • So we're supposed to have fifty items in here,
  • though I don't remember every single item specifically,
  • and there were also some mystery items on the manifest.
  • So we'll see what that means.
  • But in general, I'm just gonna take everything out and categorize them into different piles.
  • All right, here's box number one.
  • Ooh!
  • Looks like there's a hairbrush.
  • Tyler: Oh!
  • Yeah, we could like, um, sanitize it.
  • Ah!
  • So this looks like the broken product from the thumbnail photo,
  • which I believe is the aroma diffuser.
  • It actually doesn't look super broken.
  • Should I just put them on the ground?
  • This is an oil diffuser,
  • and this is a hairbrush.
  • Now, let's see what other things we have like those.
  • So this looks like a giant, like, toiletry caddy, doesn't it?
  • Ohmygod! It's a guitar case!
  • I don't think I have a pile for that yet.
  • Next up,
  • we've got a couple of electric razors,
  • one of which was on the manifest as an
  • "Assorted Home and Bath" product,
  • as well as another hairbrush--
  • couldn't see any hair on that one.
  • Ah, this is, like, a box of syringes.
  • Looking at the manifest,
  • It turns out that this product was actually listed as a stove gap cover,
  • which is what it says on the jar.
  • So whoever returned this just kept the stove gap cover
  • and replaced it with these random syringes.
  • So now we have them.
  • Ah~!
  • Here's one of the marquee items!
  • The water pick.
  • Looks a little beat up, but I guess we'll see.
  • Next up, we have a waterproof leg protector.
  • It looks like it goes over a cast, in case you want to swim.
  • Shall I put the leg protector with the guitar case?
  • Because they're, like, cases?
  • All right.
  • And then we only have a couple of things left in here,
  • like, some unopened Dove soap,
  • headband earplugs,
  • electric toothbrush heads,
  • and...
  • this.
  • Compression leg massager!
  • Is this real?
  • All right, so that is box number one empty!
  • So there were fourteen items in the first box,
  • and at least one hair.
  • Ready for box two?
  • Ooh~!
  • So, right at the top there are some flushable wipes,
  • and then we've got
  • Nitrile finger cots.
  • Oh, Tyler. They're like tiny condoms for your fingers.
  • It says for medical examination use.
  • Tyler: Oh!
  • Tyler: Oh....
  • If you need to examine something with only your finger.
  • I don't know what we're gonna do with these.
  • Tyler: Y'know, we don't have to use them!
  • All right, I'm just gonna put these with the syringes and we're just gonna leave them there.
  • Moving forward,
  • we have some beauty vitamins,
  • a Diva shower cap,
  • another water pick,
  • and some-hair styling tools.
  • Now, this is the true marquee item,
  • the Braun wet and dry epilator.
  • I did grow my mustache out just for this occasion.
  • We went to Australia,
  • I let my moustache hairs grow as wild as the Australian bush,
  • and we've returned.
  • We've also got a scale.
  • Um, where should this go?
  • Maybe, like, medical instruments?
  • This is just kind of, like, things we don't want.
  • And then we have our white-noise machine,
  • some Clinique cleanser,
  • more toothbrush heads,
  • some foundation,
  • and a ton of men's deodorant.
  • Do you like that kind, Tyler?
  • Well, you like it now.
  • We also have this--
  • which is actually just another electric hair remover,
  • but it looks kind of suspicious.
  • Now,
  • there is a lot of stuff in this box,
  • which kind of appeases some of my
  • anxiety of wondering if we even got all of the fifty things we ordered,
  • and some of that stuff has been kind of surprising,
  • like body lubricant.
  • It's for NSFW purposes.
  • Yeah.
  • It says "squeeze proper amount of the product on the fingers
  • and spread it
  • CENSORED.
  • The bottle neck can be directly
  • CENSORED
  • into the
  • CENSORED
  • which is more concise, more health [sic], and more convenient."
  • I'm gonna put this with the medical supplies.
  • All right, so to finish off box number two,
  • we have a memory foam wedge cushion,
  • for some ... wedge ...
  • and I've also got a knee brace.
  • So after box number two, we have thirty-nine items.
  • So there must only be eleven items in the last two boxes.
  • Maybe the destroyed box is just, like,
  • one giant carton of lube.
  • All right!
  • Box number three!
  • Okay, so, we've got this heel guide compression stocking aid.
  • It's like, if you can't bend down to, like, put on your socks,
  • you can use this.
  • And we've also got another scale.
  • Let's put that with the lube.
  • Aside from those,
  • I have this DeeSs Beauty--
  • kinda like Deez Nuts,
  • But Deez Beauty--
  • which is our other expensive hair-removal device.
  • We also have this shower bench,
  • as well as this
  • haphazardly repackaged hair curler,
  • and this box of lens cleaning cloths that, like, totally exploded down there.
  • In fact,
  • I'm just gonna leave them in the box for the time being.
  • But with that, we've got forty-five items and only one box left.
  • All right, here we go.
  • Oh, my god. Oh, my go--oh, my god!
  • Ohmygod, wait, this is why it's so heavy!
  • It's a single 15-pound weight.
  • Ahaha!
  • Sort of shockingly, the rest of the stuff in here looks pretty intact.
  • Oh, this is heavy too.
  • It says, "Everyone Lotion, two pack, coconut"!
  • Oh, this could be,
  • this could be what we're waiting for.
  • Oh, yeah!
  • This is some, like, "sold at Whole Foods" lotion!
  • Tyler: Oh, is it?
  • S: Mmm.
  • That is nice!
  • I'm pleased with that.
  • So, with our
  • fancy-schmancy lotion,
  • it looks like we do have fifty items.
  • Maybe not all the items we or the manifest expected,
  • but there's fifty.
  • I think,
  • personally,
  • I'm the most excited about, like,
  • the face and bath products,
  • but I'm also excited about the number of
  • electronic devices that we have,
  • which definitely, like, ups the value of our entire haul.
  • But I guess the big remaining question about the
  • electronics specifically,
  • is, do they work?
  • So let's try and just see if they turn on.
  • I'm basically just gonna be plugging everything
  • Into this outlet that also is plugged into our ADT system.
  • Just ignore it,
  • but also don't break into our house.
  • So I started by plugging in all of the heated hairstylers.
  • I don't know how this works--
  • It looks like a medieval torture device,
  • but it's on and it's warming.
  • It looks like you could maybe cook a hot dog in there.
  • All right, this is the same item again.
  • See, you got a pair of them.
  • You can cook two hot dogs.
  • They did all turn on and become hot, though
  • I don't really know how to use any of them,
  • besides the normal hair dryer--
  • and the straightening brush, which seems straightforward enough,
  • but I still don't know if I did it right.
  • Then I plugged in a few assorted items,
  • starting with our aroma vapor diffuser.
  • Ooh!
  • Which--amazingly--does work, despite its smushed packaging.
  • Mmm, smells like H2O.
  • Our white-noise machine also worked,
  • Tyler: Ohh~.
  • though it wasn't quite what I thought it would be.
  • Oh, it's just one noise.
  • It's just a little fan in there
  • that's making a little white noise.
  • In regards to our two water picks,
  • which are pretty high value items,
  • one came out of the box looking pretty good.
  • Oh, yeah.
  • This looks nice and new.
  • Almost too good.
  • OH!
  • Ohmygod, ohmygod, ohmygod!
  • But once we got it under control, it seemed to work pretty well.
  • Oh!
  • Oh.
  • The other one, however,
  • was missing quite a few pieces.
  • I don't think that has any water pick heads.
  • Yeah. What the heck?
  • This one doesn't even have the- the water thing.
  • This one is incomplete.
  • After that,
  • we ran into a few more duds,
  • including our compression leg massager,
  • which I still don't quite understand.
  • Did I do it wrong? These are new batteries, right?
  • And apparently I never will.
  • I'm very sad to say I don't think this works.
  • Our scales went 2 for 3 -
  • they all turned on,
  • but the one in the middle is reading, like,
  • almost a full a hundred pounds more.
  • So I guess it's either two for three or one for three,
  • depending on which one's right.
  • We also had this pair of sleeping headphones,
  • which were more of a design dud.
  • The speakers are, like, right here,
  • so they're way behind my ears,
  • so I could barely hear anything,
  • which usually isn't ideal for headphones.
  • I think so.
  • Should it be in front of my eyes?
  • After that, we took on our mountain of electric razors,
  • which all turned on,
  • but most of which had
  • other people's shavings still on them.
  • Except for this one, which thankfully came freshly sealed.
  • Afterwards, we finally arrived
  • at our marquee hair removers,
  • the titular Braun epilator
  • and the DeeSs Beauty hair remover.
  • We decided to epilate first.
  • Both: Ooh!
  • S: Oh, my god! I just saw my life flash before my eyes.
  • Which works by grasping multiple hairs at once and pulling them out at the root,
  • so the effects last longer than shaving.
  • All right, the time is nigh to release the beast.
  • So we put on the facial cap to the epilator,
  • which didn't really make it look any less terrifying,
  • and took a stab at it.
  • Ah!
  • Ow.
  • Yeah!
  • Turns out it's way more painful than waxing.
  • Oh!
  • Oh, that hurts!
  • Oh!
  • And for some reason, Tyler also wanted to try it out.
  • Tyler: Ooh, ow!
  • Tyler: God!
  • Tyler: OW!!!
  • I'm sorry.
  • Are you okay?
  • And he confirmed: it is painful.
  • In terms of results,
  • I didn't really see much,
  • but I know that's probably because I haven't built up the pain tolerance to actually use it.
  • I'm sad.
  • This hurts me!
  • All right, so we do have our other mustache removal alternative,
  • which is DeeSs Nutz.
  • So after looking at the box,
  • it turns out it's actually a straight-up laser,
  • that's like a mini version of one you might use at a laser hair removal clinic.
  • Oh, yeah, they gave me sunglasses.
  • All right.
  • This is what I've found.
  • So the instructions actually say
  • to not go straight to using it on your face,
  • and to do a patch test on your arm in case the
  • laser discolors your skin.
  • I'm okay with my arm being discolored,
  • but, like, the mustache is the moneymaker,
  • so we got to keep that area fresh.
  • So without further ado,
  • we got to zapping!
  • Oh!
  • Tyler: Oh!
  • Oh!
  • Yes!
  • Now, for actual laser use,
  • you usually have to shave first, and then laser,
  • but for the patch test, I didn't do that.
  • Oh, do you smell my singed hairs?
  • Tyler: Oh, my god, I do!
  • And after a few more cursory zaps,
  • I think we deemed this product a success--
  • in that it does zap.
  • This is straight up a laser hair remover, dude.
  • This is awesome!
  • So, those were all of the electronics,
  • which mostly worked,
  • or at least turned on,
  • and I think just with the electronics alone,
  • we had already earned our initial money back.
  • Now, for the remaining items,
  • you can pretty much just eyeball their condition,
  • and, besides a few hairs,
  • they all look pretty usable.
  • There were a couple of boxed products
  • that we opened out of curiosity, though,
  • like the memory foam cushion--
  • Oh, is it for your butt?
  • Oh, yeah!
  • Oh, my god. I'm gonna sit on this right now!
  • Take a good look at it, cause you'll never see this again.
  • Oh, yes!
  • This works.
  • We also opened the stocking applicator,
  • which required some assembly.
  • I don't want to read instructions!
  • But after some sock finagling,
  • it ended up working just fine.
  • Oh!
  • Tyler: Wooo!
  • Oh, my god, it's magic.
  • Tyler: I love it!
  • All right.
  • So that was our Amazon return box haul.
  • Overall, I'm pretty impressed with all of it,
  • and I feel like we did get some good bang for our buck.
  • I think my main complaint with the whole thing
  • is that it's a pretty involved process,
  • and you do get a lot of random stuff,
  • so I'm not sure how practical it is for, like, an
  • individual person to buy,
  • and I think if you're someone who's trying to buy and then
  • resell these items,
  • even though most of this stuff works,
  • almost all of it came used,
  • so you wouldn't be able to resell it for,
  • like, 100% retail value.
  • I think the ideal consumer for this box,
  • specifically, might be someone who's trying to open up like a hair salon or something,
  • and I think, more generally,
  • these boxes might make sense for someone
  • who's trying to acquire equipment for a business
  • or maybe stock a dorm room.
  • Or hallway.
  • Or entire freshman dorm.
  • As for me,
  • there are definitely some things that I'm excited about, and I want to keep,
  • but I think we're probably gonna donate the extra hair tools
  • to a beauty school or something,
  • and maybe donate the lube and the finger cots
  • to... a doctor.
  • I guess.
  • Maybe one that likes to party.
  • Or not. I don't know.
  • Thank you guys so much for watching!
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  • A big shoutout to Itzel for watching.
  • Thanks for watching, Itzel,
  • and I will see you guys, a-next time.

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So it turns out that when you return something to Amazon, instead of restocking it, they auction it off in giant liquidation palettes - where you can get thousands of dollars of stuff for a few hundred dollars!! It feels kind of like an abandoned storage unit except all online - so I bought one and unboxed it all to see if it was really as good of a deal as it looks! The Internet Made Me Buy It - but after seeing this, would you?

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1 Elohim

Holding Hands flac

Elohim. 2019. Writer: Quinn XCII;Jeremy Zucker;Elohim;Danny Parra;Corey Berkowitz;Antonina Armato.
2 P!nk

Walk Me Home flac

P!nk. 2019. Writer: P!nk;Scott Harris;Nate Ruess.
3 Katy Perry

365 flac

Katy Perry. 2019. Writer: Zedd;Katy Perry;Caroline Ailin;Corey Sanders;Daniel Davidsen;Cutfather;Peter Wallevik.
4 DEAMN

Happy flac

DEAMN. 2019.
5 Ariana Grande

7 Rings flac

Ariana Grande. 2019. Writer: Ariana Grande;Richard Rodgers;TBHits;Njomza;Michael "Mikey" Foster;Kaydence;Tayla Parx;Scootie;Oscar Hammerstein II;Victoria Monét.
6 5 Seconds Of Summer

Who Do You Love flac

5 Seconds Of Summer. 2019. Writer: Andrew Taggart;Talay Riley;Oak;Sean Douglas;Luke Hemmings;Calum Hood;Ashton Irwin;Michael Clifford;Trevorious;Zaire Koalo.
7 Bruno Mars

Please Me flac

Bruno Mars. 2019. Writer: J. White Did It;DJ White Shadow;Philip Lawrence;Bruno Mars;Cardi B.
8 Brooks

Better When You're Gone flac

Brooks. 2019. Writer: David Guetta;Emma Lov Block;Ido Zmishlany;Jackson Foote;Jeremy Dussolliet;Brooks.
9 Bonn

No Sleep flac

Bonn. 2019. Writer: Albin Nedler;Bonn;Martin Garrix.
10 Ariana Grande

Imagine flac

Ariana Grande. 2019. Writer: JProof;Priscilla Renea;Happy Perez;Andrew "Pop" Wansel;Ariana Grande.
11 Avril Lavigne

Dumb Blonde flac

Avril Lavigne. 2019. Writer: Mitch Allan;Bonnie McKee;Nicki Minaj;Avril Lavigne.
12 Avril Lavigne

Birdie flac

Avril Lavigne. 2019. Writer: J.R. Rotem;Avril Lavigne.
13 Avril Lavigne

Warrior flac

Avril Lavigne. 2019. Writer: Chad Kroeger;Travis Clark;Chris Baseford;Avril Lavigne.
14 Ariana Grande

Thank U, Next flac

Ariana Grande. 2019. Writer: Crazy Mike;Scootie;Victoria Monét;Tayla Parx;TBHits;Ariana Grande.
15 Ariana Grande

Fake Smile flac

Ariana Grande. 2019. Writer: Joseph Frierson;Mary Frierson;Fred Ball;Happy Perez;Andrew "Pop" Wansel;Wendy Rene;Kennedi Lykken;Priscilla Renea;Justin Tranter;Ariana Grande.
16 Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike

Selfish flac

Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike. 2019. Writer: Victor Thell;Michael Thivaios;Maria Smith;Jeff Porcaro;Dimitri Thivaios;David Paich;Dan Book;Will Grands;ANGEMI.
17 Ariana Grande

Needy flac

Ariana Grande. 2019. Writer: Tayla Parx;TBHits;Victoria Monét;Ariana Grande.
18 Dua Lipa

Swan Song flac

Dua Lipa. 2019. Writer: Dua Lipa;Justin Tranter;Kennedi Lykken;Mattias Larsson;Robin Fredriksson;Junkie XL.
19 Nichkhun

Home flac

Nichkhun. 2019.
20 Jason Derulo

Let's Shut Up And Dance flac

Jason Derulo. 2019. Writer: Bongo.

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