Bucwhead - Tattoos / No Dummy album download
|AA2||Tattoos (Clean Version)||4:15|
|A1||No Dummy (Original)||4:09|
|A2||No Dummy (Instrumental)||4:09|
- Executive Producer – Michael Ross
- Producer – J-Swift
- Written-By – John Martinez, Rahsaan Jackson
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No Dummy-BPM 88
Tattoos (Instrumental). AA4. Tattoos (Accapella). A1. No Dummy (Original). No Dummy-BPM 88. Recommendations.
Tattoos is the third studio album by American singer Jason Derulo. The album was released on September 20, 2013 through Beluga Heights Records and Atlantic Records and its affiliated record labels.
AA1 Tattoos (Original). AA2 Tattoos (Clean Version) 4:15. AA3 Tattoos (Instrumental) 4:17. A2 No Dummy (Instrumental) 4:09. Executive Producer – Michael Ross Producer – J-Swift Written-By – John Martinez, Rahsaan Jackson.
Bucwhead - Smoker& Emporium (Instrumental). The Brand New Heavies ft. Sy Smith & Bucwhead - Paarty. Bucwhead - Tattoss (Instrumental). The Pharcyde "Pack The Pipe" Paarty (feat. Sy Smith, Bucwhead, Jan).
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DUMMY BOY is 6ix9ine’s highly-anticipated debut studio album and the follow-up to his February 2018 release, DAY69. After an announcement on Twitter from Tekashi’s close friend and media personality DJ Akademiks, the project officially released on November 27, 2018.
Track List: Lootpack - On Point Mass Influence - Non Sense DJ Shadow - Treach Battle Beat Bucwhead - No Dummy Emanon (Aloe Blacc & Exile) - Andyadon'tstop Gang Starr - The Natural Lil Dap (Group Home) - Get It, Get It Talib Kweli - Good To You -The Roots Interview "Intro" "Drum Solo" "Live" "Quicksand Millennium" "Clones" "Do You Want More" -Questlove Set: Run-D.
Dummy is the debut studio album by English electronic band Portishead. It was released on 22 August 1994, by Go! Beat Records. The album received critical acclaim, winning the 1995 Mercury Music Prize.
Dummy is the debut studio album by English electronic band Portishead, released on 22 August 1994 by Go! Beat Records. The album received critical acclaim and won the 1995 Mercury Music Prize. Although it achieved only modest chart success overseas, it peaked at number two on the UK Album Chart, and saw two of its three singles reach number 13 on the UK Singles Chart. The album was certified gold in 1997 and has sold two million copies in Europe.