Strip That Down (feat. Quavo) - Single - Liam Payne

Strip That Down (feat. Quavo) - Single

Liam Payne

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2017-05-19
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • ℗ 2017 Hampton Records Limited under exclusive licence to Capitol Records, a division of


Title Artist Time
Strip That Down (feat. Quavo) Liam Payne 3:24


  • Great song

    By Directionerika2002103927
    Excellent job Liam❤️
  • Amazing

    By Samanta_1310
    I listen to the song everyday 🔥❤️
  • Though I love Liam and all the boys...

    By ShailaMoon007
    I thought this music was gonna be hip hop/r&b styled but it seemed as if it was trying too hard too fit the genre, I did however, like the Quavo collaboration.
  • great song

    By Game critic fr
    as a person who was not a fan of one direction personally, i really enjoy all of the music all of these artists are coming out with. it's great that they're doing their own things and i love this song!
  • Awful

    By kalharr
  • Cut it up and throw it in the ocean

    By UltraviolenceLDR
    Instead of listening to this trash watch dexter on netflix

    By SaberWolf990
    This song is my favorite song so far! Thank you Liam! We love it! MAKE MORE LIKE THIS
  • Ehhhh

    By annnnna bannnaanna
    Its alright I guess
  • Laughable

    By Tiny Sheep Review
    This is so bad that it's funny
  • I Expected More

    By Riprollonect13
    I was never really a fan of One Direction to start with, but this song was a letdown. I saw Zayn and Harry Styles on excellent songs like I Don't Wanna Live Forever and Sign of the Times. Now, it is Liam's turn, and he comes out with this. First off, the lyrics are about him meeting a girl and wanting sex, which perfectly describes the negative stereotype of contemporary pop music. In addition, Liam invites Quavo, who clearly is not the most talented rapper out there (if you want talent, go Kendrick or Eminem). Quavo is the most popular, though, so it makes sense to go for the market rather than quality. Second, the instrumentals sound incomplete. Honestly, I have no problem with the modern sounds; in fact, the problem is that there isn't enough. If the composer could have added a couple more "instruments," the song would have sounded better. My final topic is the passion, which was honestly not that bad. It did sound like Liam at least sort of wanted to sing this song, and Quavo actually sounded like he wanted to rap his verse as well. Overall, this song gets a 3/10, which is the lower end of two stars.

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