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The Next Chapter 00:02:58

Rodney P, Artist, MainArtist - RODNEY PANTON, Composer, Author - Omar Dickson, Composer, Author - Full Thought Publishing and Metropolis Songs, OriginalPublisher

2019 Tru Thoughts 2019 Tru Thoughts

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Recognise Me (I'm an African) 00:03:41

Rodney P, Artist, MainArtist - RODNEY PANTON, Composer, Author - Full Thought Publishing, OriginalPublisher - Richard Douglas, Composer, Author

2019 Tru Thoughts 2019 Tru Thoughts

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The Next Chapter (Radio Edit) 00:02:54

Rodney P, Artist, MainArtist - RODNEY PANTON, Composer, Author - Omar Dickson, Composer, Author - Full Thought Publishing and Metropolis Songs, OriginalPublisher

2019 Tru Thoughts 2019 Tru Thoughts

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Recognise Me (I'm an African) (Radio Edit) 00:03:21

Rodney P, Artist, MainArtist - RODNEY PANTON, Composer, Author - Full Thought Publishing, OriginalPublisher - Richard Douglas, Composer, Author

2019 Tru Thoughts 2019 Tru Thoughts

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The Next Chapter (Instrumental) 00:02:56

Rodney P, Artist, MainArtist - RODNEY PANTON, Composer - Omar Dickson, Composer - Full Thought Publishing and Metropolis Songs, OriginalPublisher

2019 Tru Thoughts 2019 Tru Thoughts

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Recognise Me (I'm an African) (Instrumental) 00:03:22

Rodney P, Artist, MainArtist - RODNEY PANTON, Composer - Full Thought Publishing, OriginalPublisher - Richard Douglas, Composer

2019 Tru Thoughts 2019 Tru Thoughts

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The Next Chapter (A Cappella) 00:02:42

Rodney P, Artist, MainArtist - RODNEY PANTON, Composer, Author - Omar Dickson, Composer, Author - Full Thought Publishing and Metropolis Songs, OriginalPublisher

2019 Tru Thoughts 2019 Tru Thoughts

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Recognise Me (I'm an African) (A Cappella) 00:02:34

Rodney P, Artist, MainArtist - RODNEY PANTON, Composer, Author - Full Thought Publishing, OriginalPublisher - Richard Douglas, Composer, Author

2019 Tru Thoughts 2019 Tru Thoughts

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