New acapellas

Halsey – Not Afraid Anymore acapella
Ariana Grande, Future – Everyday acapella
Sia – Move Your Body acapella
Solange – Cranes in the Sky acapella
Gucci Mane, Drake – Back on Road acapella
Sum 41 – War acapella
Brett Eldredge – Wanna Be That Song acapella
Logic, Pusha T – Wrist acapella
Bea Miller – Yes Girl acapella
Kelsea Ballerini – Yeah Boy acapella
ASAP Mob, Juicy J – Yamborghini High acapella
LeToya Luckett – Back 2 Life acapella
Sevyn Streeter – Before I Do acapella
Samantha Jade, Cyrus – Hurt Anymore acapella
Jane Zhang, Timbaland – Dust My Shoulders Off acapella
Elle King – Good Girls acapella
PJ Harvey – The Community of Hope acapella
Luke Bryan – Fast acapella
WSTRN – Come Down acapella
Kid Cudi, Travis Scott – Baptized in Fire acapella
Metallica – Atlas, Rise! acapella
Sia – Angel by the Wings acapella
Billy Gilman – Because of Me acapella
DJ Fresh, Diplo, R. City, Selah Sue, Craig David – Bang Bang acapella

B.o.B – Flatline acapella


"Flatline" is a song by American rapper B.o.B, initially released on SoundCloud in January 2016. "Flatline" is a diss song aimed at physicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson, who he had gotten into an argument with on Twitter, over B.o.B's stated belief that the earth is flat. In addition to dissing Tyson and expressing belief in a flat earth, the song's lyrics also include other conspiracy theories, including Holocaust denial, "mirror lizards", and the belief that Freemasons are indoctrinating young people. The lyrics to the song refer to science as a cult. Following criticism, B.o.B removed the song from his SoundCloud account, but it survives on YouTube and other sites where it was reposted. In April 2016, B.o.B included the song on a mixtape titled E.A.R.T.H. (Educational Avatar Reality Training Habitat).
Lenght: 3:35
Bitrate: 320 kb/s
Downloads: 125

More B.o.B acapellas