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Say You're Just a Friend (feat. Flo Rida)

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Uh Oh

It's kind of scary when Flo Rida is the best part of a song

I love you Austin

I love this video I cant stop watching it , I'm so proud of you Austin you came so far #proudmahomie 😊

He isn't a Justin Bieber wannabe

Austin is AMAZING! He is not a jb wannabe at all! Austin is a belieber, but does not wish to copy him. Plus jb is a soprano, and Austin is an alto. I hate all these reviews saying jb wannabe stuff. They are similar in ways, but Austin is an original. I've met him twice I can say he is an amazing person! Haters gonna hate, Mahomies gonna love.

Biography

Born: April 4, 1996 in San Antonio, TX

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '10s

Pop singer Austin Mahone got his start after videos he posted online went viral and started racking up thousands of hits. Born in San Antonio, Texas, Mahone started singing at a young age and in 2010 began posting YouTube clips of himself singing cover songs by artists like Justin Bieber, Jason Mraz, and others. By 2011, Mahone's videos had garnered him a significant online following, so much so that he dropped out of high school, choosing instead to be home-schooled and focus on his burgeoning pop...
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Say You're Just a Friend (feat. Flo Rida), Austin Mahone
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  • $1.99
  • Genre: Pop
  • Released: Feb 12, 2013

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