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Detroit 2 (Explicit)

Big Sean

Hip-Hop/Rap - Erschienen am 4. September 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

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Big Sean's roots are inarguably in Detroit. He may have grown into a multi-platinum rap superstar, but the unpolished talent and blunt force of his style owe a significant debt to being raised in the beautiful but unforgiving city that has consistently produced some of music's most unique artists. Sean's 2012 mixtape Detroit was an early testament to his love and gratitude for his city, and eight years later his fifth studio album, Detroit 2, finds the rapper revisiting themes of formative experiences, self-reflection, and growth through a lens of appreciation for the city that made him. One of the first things that stands out about Detroit 2 is its nearly overwhelming guest list. Songs are dotted with features from huge names, with some of the most inspired moments on the album coming from the late Nipsey Hussle's verses on "Deep Reverence," Lil Wayne's signature all-directions-at-once wordplay on "Don Life," and Travis Scott's narcotic hooks on "Lithuania." The album's energy crests with the ferocious, nearly-ten-minute freestyle session "Friday Night Cypher." As the beat changes frequently, 42 Dugg, Tee Grizzley, Kash Doll, Sada Baby, Eminem, Boldy James, and other Detroit heavyweights take turns on the mike, further highlighting the collective intensity of the Detroit scene. As if the musical cameos aren't enough (Post Malone, Young Thug, Diddy, Anderson .Paak and many others all swing through on various tracks), the album is broken up into three segments that start with anecdotal spoken stories about times in Detroit from Dave Chappelle, Erykah Badu, and Stevie Wonder. Despite a personnel list that borders on audacious, Big Sean is at his best on Detroit 2 when he sounds like he's standing alone in his room giving himself a pep talk. "Harder Than My Demons" somersaults through bars that slowly move from confidence to triumph to belligerence. "Lucky Me" finds Sean effortlessly trying on different flows like he's shopping for a new hat, spitting out biographical lyrics that jump between different points in his life. The production is clean and engaging, with polished beats and the occasional glossy hook (the R&B-infused "Body Language") providing a contrast for Big Sean's visceral rhymes and urgently delivered performances. © Fred Thomas /TiVo
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Detroit 2

Big Sean

Hip-Hop/Rap - Erschienen am 4. September 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

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Big Sean's roots are inarguably in Detroit. He may have grown into a multi-platinum rap superstar, but the unpolished talent and blunt force of his style owe a significant debt to being raised in the beautiful but unforgiving city that has consistently produced some of music's most unique artists. Sean's 2012 mixtape Detroit was an early testament to his love and gratitude for his city, and eight years later his fifth studio album, Detroit 2, finds the rapper revisiting themes of formative experiences, self-reflection, and growth through a lens of appreciation for the city that made him. One of the first things that stands out about Detroit 2 is its nearly overwhelming guest list. Songs are dotted with features from huge names, with some of the most inspired moments on the album coming from the late Nipsey Hussle's verses on "Deep Reverence," Lil Wayne's signature all-directions-at-once wordplay on "Don Life," and Travis Scott's narcotic hooks on "Lithuania." The album's energy crests with the ferocious, nearly-ten-minute freestyle session "Friday Night Cypher." As the beat changes frequently, 42 Dugg, Tee Grizzley, Kash Doll, Sada Baby, Eminem, Boldy James, and other Detroit heavyweights take turns on the mike, further highlighting the collective intensity of the Detroit scene. As if the musical cameos aren't enough (Post Malone, Young Thug, Diddy, Anderson .Paak and many others all swing through on various tracks), the album is broken up into three segments that start with anecdotal spoken stories about times in Detroit from Dave Chappelle, Erykah Badu, and Stevie Wonder. Despite a personnel list that borders on audacious, Big Sean is at his best on Detroit 2 when he sounds like he's standing alone in his room giving himself a pep talk. "Harder Than My Demons" somersaults through bars that slowly move from confidence to triumph to belligerence. "Lucky Me" finds Sean effortlessly trying on different flows like he's shopping for a new hat, spitting out biographical lyrics that jump between different points in his life. The production is clean and engaging, with polished beats and the occasional glossy hook (the R&B-infused "Body Language") providing a contrast for Big Sean's visceral rhymes and urgently delivered performances. © Fred Thomas /TiVo
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Detroit 2 (Explicit)

Big Sean

Hip-Hop/Rap - Erschienen am 4. September 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

Big Sean's roots are inarguably in Detroit. He may have grown into a multi-platinum rap superstar, but the unpolished talent and blunt force of his style owe a significant debt to being raised in the beautiful but unforgiving city that has consistently produced some of music's most unique artists. Sean's 2012 mixtape Detroit was an early testament to his love and gratitude for his city, and eight years later his fifth studio album, Detroit 2, finds the rapper revisiting themes of formative experiences, self-reflection, and growth through a lens of appreciation for the city that made him. One of the first things that stands out about Detroit 2 is its nearly overwhelming guest list. Songs are dotted with features from huge names, with some of the most inspired moments on the album coming from the late Nipsey Hussle's verses on "Deep Reverence," Lil Wayne's signature all-directions-at-once wordplay on "Don Life," and Travis Scott's narcotic hooks on "Lithuania." The album's energy crests with the ferocious, nearly-ten-minute freestyle session "Friday Night Cypher." As the beat changes frequently, 42 Dugg, Tee Grizzley, Kash Doll, Sada Baby, Eminem, Boldy James, and other Detroit heavyweights take turns on the mike, further highlighting the collective intensity of the Detroit scene. As if the musical cameos aren't enough (Post Malone, Young Thug, Diddy, Anderson .Paak and many others all swing through on various tracks), the album is broken up into three segments that start with anecdotal spoken stories about times in Detroit from Dave Chappelle, Erykah Badu, and Stevie Wonder. Despite a personnel list that borders on audacious, Big Sean is at his best on Detroit 2 when he sounds like he's standing alone in his room giving himself a pep talk. "Harder Than My Demons" somersaults through bars that slowly move from confidence to triumph to belligerence. "Lucky Me" finds Sean effortlessly trying on different flows like he's shopping for a new hat, spitting out biographical lyrics that jump between different points in his life. The production is clean and engaging, with polished beats and the occasional glossy hook (the R&B-infused "Body Language") providing a contrast for Big Sean's visceral rhymes and urgently delivered performances. © Fred Thomas /TiVo
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Detroit 2

Big Sean

Hip-Hop/Rap - Erschienen am 4. September 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

Big Sean's roots are inarguably in Detroit. He may have grown into a multi-platinum rap superstar, but the unpolished talent and blunt force of his style owe a significant debt to being raised in the beautiful but unforgiving city that has consistently produced some of music's most unique artists. Sean's 2012 mixtape Detroit was an early testament to his love and gratitude for his city, and eight years later his fifth studio album, Detroit 2, finds the rapper revisiting themes of formative experiences, self-reflection, and growth through a lens of appreciation for the city that made him. One of the first things that stands out about Detroit 2 is its nearly overwhelming guest list. Songs are dotted with features from huge names, with some of the most inspired moments on the album coming from the late Nipsey Hussle's verses on "Deep Reverence," Lil Wayne's signature all-directions-at-once wordplay on "Don Life," and Travis Scott's narcotic hooks on "Lithuania." The album's energy crests with the ferocious, nearly-ten-minute freestyle session "Friday Night Cypher." As the beat changes frequently, 42 Dugg, Tee Grizzley, Kash Doll, Sada Baby, Eminem, Boldy James, and other Detroit heavyweights take turns on the mike, further highlighting the collective intensity of the Detroit scene. As if the musical cameos aren't enough (Post Malone, Young Thug, Diddy, Anderson .Paak and many others all swing through on various tracks), the album is broken up into three segments that start with anecdotal spoken stories about times in Detroit from Dave Chappelle, Erykah Badu, and Stevie Wonder. Despite a personnel list that borders on audacious, Big Sean is at his best on Detroit 2 when he sounds like he's standing alone in his room giving himself a pep talk. "Harder Than My Demons" somersaults through bars that slowly move from confidence to triumph to belligerence. "Lucky Me" finds Sean effortlessly trying on different flows like he's shopping for a new hat, spitting out biographical lyrics that jump between different points in his life. The production is clean and engaging, with polished beats and the occasional glossy hook (the R&B-infused "Body Language") providing a contrast for Big Sean's visceral rhymes and urgently delivered performances. © Fred Thomas /TiVo
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Modus Vivendi

070 Shake

Alternativ und Indie - Erschienen am 26. Juni 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

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Den Weg vom schlecht verhohlenen Geheimtipp zur Hoffnungsträgerin für das neue Jahrzehnt geht sie allein. Nachdem 070 Shake in den letzten Jahren als Künstlerin in einem Kollektiv auftrat, dessen Mitmusikern sie um Längen voraus war, nachdem sie im Frühjahr vor zwei Jahren für beeindruckende Momente auf den Alben ihrer renommierten Labelkollegen gesorgt hat, will sie für ihr Debütalbum nur ein Minimum an Schützenhilfe in Anspruch nehmen. Auf "Modus Vivendi" bekommen weder Pusha T, noch Nas Gelegenheit, sich bei 070 Shake zu revanchieren. Und selbst Good Music Mastermind Kanye West bleibt gänzlich von der Produktion des Albums ausgeschlossen. Die verantworten zu großen Teilen die Hip Hop-Produzenteninstanz Mike Dean und Dave Hamelin, ehemals Mitglied der Indiegruppe The Stills und sorgen nicht nur für einen zusammenhängenden, langsam fließenden Sound. Sie graben für ihre Inspirationsquellen ähnlich tief in der Obskuritätenkiste wie Kanye selbst. Das bemerkenswerteste Beispiel dürfte zweifellos ein Sample des japanischen Elektronikers Isao Tomita auf "Rocketship" sein, der wiederum ein Stück aus Claude Debussys "Children's Corner" aufgreift. Die Wahl der Produzenten zeugt jedoch auch vom gewachsenen Selbstbewusstsein von 070 Shake. Knapp vier Jahre nach ihrem Signing bei Good Music will sie nicht mehr nur das Kanye-Protegé sein, das auf "Ghost Town" und anderen Songs so brillierte. Und weil sie gerade schon dabei ist, befreit sie sich gleich nochmal von feststehenden Genregrenzen. Ich habe ihr nach den letzten Singles durchaus zugetraut, dass sie im Emo-Rap in der Lage ist, die Lücke zu schließen die Triple X und Lil Peep tragischerweise hinterlassen haben. Auf "Modus Vivendi" aber bewegt sie sich mit spielerischer Leichtigkeit durch verschiedene Stilrichtungen. Songs wie "Terminal B" bewegen sich noch weitgehend in den stilistischen Erwartungen des Subgenres, die R'n'B-lastigen "Morrow" und insbesondere das drogeninduzierte "Under The Moon" erinnern hingegen deutlich an The Weeknds frühes Meisterwerk "House Of Balloons". Die große Pose von "Guilty Conscience" im Refrain ist schon Poppathos und ziemlich nah an der Perfektion. Bei diesen Stilwechseln hilft der Künstlerin ihre so markante wie wandelbare Stimme. Da verzeiht man Shake auch, dass "Modus Vivendi" thematisch lediglich um den eigenen Bauchnabel kreist. Durchaus geschickt erzeugt sie dabei die Atmosphäre der frühen Morgenstunden, in der sie ihre Geschichten von Beziehungen, Unsicherheit, Selbstzerstörung, Drogen und Eifersucht ansiedelt. Im besten Fall endet das in intimen Momenten und spannenden sprachlichen Motiven, wenn Shake etwa einmal mehr den Mond als zentrales Motiv bemüht, um den Anblick ihrer Partnerin nach einem nächtlichen Streit zu beschreiben: "You look like the moon in the morning: jaded, faded, almost gone". Zugute halten muss man 070 Shake auch, dass ihre oft sehr emotionalen Songs niemals ins Fatalistische abdriften, der Musik hingegen bei der Schwere der Texte immer auch etwas Hoffnungsvolles anhängt. Auch wenn ihr thematisch bei allem augenscheinlichen Talent teilweise noch etwas die Differenzierung abgeht, ist der Künstlerin mit "Modus Vivendi" ein bemerkenswertes Debüt gelungen. Vor allem ist es eines, dass sich als Versprechen für die Zukunft lesen lässt. So selbstsicher und zielbewusst 070 Shake auch auftritt, man hat eigentlich nie das Gefühl, für sie sei das Ende der Fahnenstange schon erreicht. Dieser Frau gehört die Zukunft! © Laut
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Modus Vivendi

070 Shake

Alternativ und Indie - Erschienen am 26. Juni 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

Den Weg vom schlecht verhohlenen Geheimtipp zur Hoffnungsträgerin für das neue Jahrzehnt geht sie allein. Nachdem 070 Shake in den letzten Jahren als Künstlerin in einem Kollektiv auftrat, dessen Mitmusikern sie um Längen voraus war, nachdem sie im Frühjahr vor zwei Jahren für beeindruckende Momente auf den Alben ihrer renommierten Labelkollegen gesorgt hat, will sie für ihr Debütalbum nur ein Minimum an Schützenhilfe in Anspruch nehmen. Auf "Modus Vivendi" bekommen weder Pusha T, noch Nas Gelegenheit, sich bei 070 Shake zu revanchieren. Und selbst Good Music Mastermind Kanye West bleibt gänzlich von der Produktion des Albums ausgeschlossen. Die verantworten zu großen Teilen die Hip Hop-Produzenteninstanz Mike Dean und Dave Hamelin, ehemals Mitglied der Indiegruppe The Stills und sorgen nicht nur für einen zusammenhängenden, langsam fließenden Sound. Sie graben für ihre Inspirationsquellen ähnlich tief in der Obskuritätenkiste wie Kanye selbst. Das bemerkenswerteste Beispiel dürfte zweifellos ein Sample des japanischen Elektronikers Isao Tomita auf "Rocketship" sein, der wiederum ein Stück aus Claude Debussys "Children's Corner" aufgreift. Die Wahl der Produzenten zeugt jedoch auch vom gewachsenen Selbstbewusstsein von 070 Shake. Knapp vier Jahre nach ihrem Signing bei Good Music will sie nicht mehr nur das Kanye-Protegé sein, das auf "Ghost Town" und anderen Songs so brillierte. Und weil sie gerade schon dabei ist, befreit sie sich gleich nochmal von feststehenden Genregrenzen. Ich habe ihr nach den letzten Singles durchaus zugetraut, dass sie im Emo-Rap in der Lage ist, die Lücke zu schließen die Triple X und Lil Peep tragischerweise hinterlassen haben. Auf "Modus Vivendi" aber bewegt sie sich mit spielerischer Leichtigkeit durch verschiedene Stilrichtungen. Songs wie "Terminal B" bewegen sich noch weitgehend in den stilistischen Erwartungen des Subgenres, die R'n'B-lastigen "Morrow" und insbesondere das drogeninduzierte "Under The Moon" erinnern hingegen deutlich an The Weeknds frühes Meisterwerk "House Of Balloons". Die große Pose von "Guilty Conscience" im Refrain ist schon Poppathos und ziemlich nah an der Perfektion. Bei diesen Stilwechseln hilft der Künstlerin ihre so markante wie wandelbare Stimme. Da verzeiht man Shake auch, dass "Modus Vivendi" thematisch lediglich um den eigenen Bauchnabel kreist. Durchaus geschickt erzeugt sie dabei die Atmosphäre der frühen Morgenstunden, in der sie ihre Geschichten von Beziehungen, Unsicherheit, Selbstzerstörung, Drogen und Eifersucht ansiedelt. Im besten Fall endet das in intimen Momenten und spannenden sprachlichen Motiven, wenn Shake etwa einmal mehr den Mond als zentrales Motiv bemüht, um den Anblick ihrer Partnerin nach einem nächtlichen Streit zu beschreiben: "You look like the moon in the morning: jaded, faded, almost gone". Zugute halten muss man 070 Shake auch, dass ihre oft sehr emotionalen Songs niemals ins Fatalistische abdriften, der Musik hingegen bei der Schwere der Texte immer auch etwas Hoffnungsvolles anhängt. Auch wenn ihr thematisch bei allem augenscheinlichen Talent teilweise noch etwas die Differenzierung abgeht, ist der Künstlerin mit "Modus Vivendi" ein bemerkenswertes Debüt gelungen. Vor allem ist es eines, dass sich als Versprechen für die Zukunft lesen lässt. So selbstsicher und zielbewusst 070 Shake auch auftritt, man hat eigentlich nie das Gefühl, für sie sei das Ende der Fahnenstange schon erreicht. Dieser Frau gehört die Zukunft! © Laut
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The Album (Explicit)

Teyana Taylor

R&B - Erschienen am 19. Juni 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

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K.T.S.E. yielded a gold-certified, Top 20 R&B/hip-hop hit in the form of "Gonna Love Me." Despite those significant firsts for Teyana Taylor, the singer and songwriter had misgivings about the 2018 LP, the last in a sequence of five like-sized G.O.O.D. Music titles inevitably branded as an installment in the Kanye West-guided "Wyoming sessions." Taylor hits the reset button with The Album. Its title effectively brushes aside both K.T.S.E. and her fine 2014 debut, VII. Almost 80 minutes in duration, this set even dwarfs the aggregate of the two preceding releases as if to leave no doubt that it's her definitive and unrestricted work. Taylor furthers the notion by starting The Album with recordings of husband Iman Shumpert's marriage proposal and his 911 call in response to the unexpected natural birth of their daughter Junie. Soon enough, Junie -- a few years older -- introduces the misty "Come Back to Me," and then the tranquil "Wake Up Love" floats past with Taylor's husband the provider of a devotional guest verse. After she revamps Erykah Badu's elusive-temptation tale "Next Lifetime" with a featured appearance from the originator, Taylor closes out the romantic segment with the Guy-interpolating bliss-out "Let's Build," duetting with Quavo in sincere and mellifluous style. Next is a grip of bedroom slow jams. None eclipse "Request" off VII, but the Kehlani collaboration "Morning" is a seductive delight, while the snaking (and accurately titled) "Boomin" is a treat for lovers of late-'90s R&B with explicit references to Blaque and much of the Swing Mob (plus an appearance from the latter's Missy Elliott). Confident diversions into breezy Afro-pop and underwater dancehall lead to a half-hour stretch covering various romantic woes. Taylor confronts, pleads, departs, regrets, and more, delivering a couple of her most riveting performances on "Concrete," all toxicity and torment, and "Still," a strong contender for the surrogate Jazmine Sullivan ballad of 2020. The Album is rounded out by an up-tempo trifecta that with each verse and chorus, all the way through Lauryn Hill's closing words of wisdom, increases in power. © Andy Kellman /TiVo
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The Album

Teyana Taylor

R&B - Erschienen am 19. Juni 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

K.T.S.E. yielded a gold-certified, Top 20 R&B/hip-hop hit in the form of "Gonna Love Me." Despite those significant firsts for Teyana Taylor, the singer and songwriter had misgivings about the 2018 LP, the last in a sequence of five like-sized G.O.O.D. Music titles inevitably branded as an installment in the Kanye West-guided "Wyoming sessions." Taylor hits the reset button with The Album. Its title effectively brushes aside both K.T.S.E. and her fine 2014 debut, VII. Almost 80 minutes in duration, this set even dwarfs the aggregate of the two preceding releases as if to leave no doubt that it's her definitive and unrestricted work. Taylor furthers the notion by starting The Album with recordings of husband Iman Shumpert's marriage proposal and his 911 call in response to the unexpected natural birth of their daughter Junie. Soon enough, Junie -- a few years older -- introduces the misty "Come Back to Me," and then the tranquil "Wake Up Love" floats past with Taylor's husband the provider of a devotional guest verse. After she revamps Erykah Badu's elusive-temptation tale "Next Lifetime" with a featured appearance from the originator, Taylor closes out the romantic segment with the Guy-interpolating bliss-out "Let's Build," duetting with Quavo in sincere and mellifluous style. Next is a grip of bedroom slow jams. None eclipse "Request" off VII, but the Kehlani collaboration "Morning" is a seductive delight, while the snaking (and accurately titled) "Boomin" is a treat for lovers of late-'90s R&B with explicit references to Blaque and much of the Swing Mob (plus an appearance from the latter's Missy Elliott). Confident diversions into breezy Afro-pop and underwater dancehall lead to a half-hour stretch covering various romantic woes. Taylor confronts, pleads, departs, regrets, and more, delivering a couple of her most riveting performances on "Concrete," all toxicity and torment, and "Still," a strong contender for the surrogate Jazmine Sullivan ballad of 2020. The Album is rounded out by an up-tempo trifecta that with each verse and chorus, all the way through Lauryn Hill's closing words of wisdom, increases in power. © Andy Kellman /TiVo
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CD17,99 €

The Album

Teyana Taylor

R&B - Erschienen am 19. Juni 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

K.T.S.E. yielded a gold-certified, Top 20 R&B/hip-hop hit in the form of "Gonna Love Me." Despite those significant firsts for Teyana Taylor, the singer and songwriter had misgivings about the 2018 LP, the last in a sequence of five like-sized G.O.O.D. Music titles inevitably branded as an installment in the Kanye West-guided "Wyoming sessions." Taylor hits the reset button with The Album. Its title effectively brushes aside both K.T.S.E. and her fine 2014 debut, VII. Almost 80 minutes in duration, this set even dwarfs the aggregate of the two preceding releases as if to leave no doubt that it's her definitive and unrestricted work. Taylor furthers the notion by starting The Album with recordings of husband Iman Shumpert's marriage proposal and his 911 call in response to the unexpected natural birth of their daughter Junie. Soon enough, Junie -- a few years older -- introduces the misty "Come Back to Me," and then the tranquil "Wake Up Love" floats past with Taylor's husband the provider of a devotional guest verse. After she revamps Erykah Badu's elusive-temptation tale "Next Lifetime" with a featured appearance from the originator, Taylor closes out the romantic segment with the Guy-interpolating bliss-out "Let's Build," duetting with Quavo in sincere and mellifluous style. Next is a grip of bedroom slow jams. None eclipse "Request" off VII, but the Kehlani collaboration "Morning" is a seductive delight, while the snaking (and accurately titled) "Boomin" is a treat for lovers of late-'90s R&B with explicit references to Blaque and much of the Swing Mob (plus an appearance from the latter's Missy Elliott). Confident diversions into breezy Afro-pop and underwater dancehall lead to a half-hour stretch covering various romantic woes. Taylor confronts, pleads, departs, regrets, and more, delivering a couple of her most riveting performances on "Concrete," all toxicity and torment, and "Still," a strong contender for the surrogate Jazmine Sullivan ballad of 2020. The Album is rounded out by an up-tempo trifecta that with each verse and chorus, all the way through Lauryn Hill's closing words of wisdom, increases in power. © Andy Kellman /TiVo
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Wake Up Love

Teyana Taylor

R&B - Erschienen am 12. Juni 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

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Wake Up Love

Teyana Taylor

R&B - Erschienen am 12. Juni 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

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Wake Up Love

Teyana Taylor

R&B - Erschienen am 12. Juni 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

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Wake Up Love

Teyana Taylor

R&B - Erschienen am 12. Juni 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

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Made It

Teyana Taylor

R&B - Erschienen am 17. Juni 2014 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

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Bare Wit Me

Teyana Taylor

R&B - Erschienen am 22. Mai 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

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Bare Wit Me

Teyana Taylor

R&B - Erschienen am 22. Mai 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

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Bare Wit Me

Teyana Taylor

R&B - Erschienen am 22. Mai 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

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Bare Wit Me

Teyana Taylor

R&B - Erschienen am 22. Mai 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

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CD1,99 €

Made It

Teyana Taylor

R&B - Erschienen am 22. Mai 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

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We Got Love

Teyana Taylor

R&B - Erschienen am 13. März 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. - Def Jam Recordings

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