JWonn

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"I Got This Record"

JWonn

Composed by Jawonn Smith




December 13, 2016: Re-posted from Daddy B. Nice's New CD Reviews

J-WONN: The Legacy Begins ( I Got This Record Publishing) Four Stars **** Distinguished Effort. Should please old fans and gain new.



The most revealing moment on J'Wonn's new CD THE LEGACY BEGINS comes at the end of his live version of "I Got This Record." Up to that moment, you're marveling mostly at the faithful rendition via live onstage instruments of the studio version of J'Wonn's signature tune. Then comes the end and the squeals of the young women in the audience, far-off from the onstage sound equipment, but nevertheless powerful enough to recall The Beatles in their early days and their squealing, girl-dominated audiences.

Longtime followers of southern soul music have never experienced quite this kind of audience reaction. Johnnie Taylor was the marquee heart-throb of his day, but the women screaming their appreciation were more mature, experienced and knowing. Marvin Sease drove his female audiences to heights of passion, but their catcalls and mock-shock cheers were hardy, wild and comedic. Perhaps Sir Charles Jones, kicking off contemporary southern soul in the early years of the century, was the real harbinger of J'Wonn's arrival: the girls went crazy.

But none of the stars, it seems, drew the really young girls--even teen-agers--the way J'Wonn does. He does what no southern soul veterans thought possible: he makes southern soul accessible to the young, in the process demolishing the old critical "truism" that southern soul would die with its aging audience.

J'Wonn's most revealing concerts over the last couple of years have been his gigs with Big Yayo (the producer of "I Got This Record" and the album of the same name) and their performances of Big Yayo's dance-hall smash "(I Need A) Cowgirl." Watching him prancing half-naked onstage as if he were riding his horse, laughing and singing and reveling deliriously in the moment, it's obvious J'Wonn has that rare, androgynous quality of Michael Jackson, or even more apt, Little Richard--not as outrageously kinky/androgynous as Richard--but equally sexual and one-of-a-kind. (Here's another concert clip.)

When all is said and done, there are no "breakthrough," "can't-miss" songs on the order of "I Got This Record" (or even "Cowgirl") on THE LEGACY BEGINS. The new album is J'Wonn's first without his mentor, Big Yayo--also the first on J'Wonn's new, self-produced label. And to continue the Beatles comparisons, when it comes to songwriting without Chris Mabry (Big Yayo), J'Wonn is a little like Paul McCartney without John Lennon, or in over-simplified terms, melody and music hall (McCartney--J-Wonn) without grit and rhythm (Lennon--Big Yayo), an approach epitomized by some of the set's biggest singles: "Daddy's Girl," "I Need A Grown Woman," and "24/7."

Listen to J'Wonn singing "Daddy's Girl" on YouTube.

These aren't "big" singles in a dubious, southern-soul-bragging kind of way. These songs really are "big." They're popular and have made huge inroads with the young crowd.

Listen to J'Wonn singing "I Need A Grown Woman" on YouTube.

And in profiling J'Wonn's "24/7" on the Top Ten Singles (November 2016), your Daddy B. Nice returned to the age vs. youth issue in a more critical way:

How can you criticize a young artist for singing about young topics (infatuation with a new lover)? But we are miles from the celestial heights of J’Wonn’s classic, ”I Got This Record.” Although songs like “24/7” and “Daddy’s Girl” are creating a new generation of young southern soul fans, I can’t help comparing these tunes to the similarly light-weight, borderline-fluffy, follow-up efforts of LaMorris Williams—“Pretty Lady,” etc.--to his breakthrough classic, “Impala.” I hope to see J-Wonn rediscover the ageless depth and soulfulness of “I Got This Record” in the same way LaMorris eventually did with this year’s classic album, Mississippi Motown.

And just this month (December 2016), I added an exclamation point to the "young and fluffy" critique in praising the atypically older-sounding "(I'm Taking It) To My Grave."

The most southern soul track from J-Wonn's surprisingly pop-ish, new THE LEGACY BEGINS CD.

My own favorite J'Wonn song from 2016--the solemn and heart-felt hymn to God, "Lord I Need To Talk To You" (which to my surprise received an impressive 28,000 views after charting here in April 2016)-- didn't even make it to THE LEGACY BEGINS.

Listen to J'Wonn singing "Lord I Need To Talk To You" on YouTube.

The best thing about this prayer-slash-meditation? It doesn't appear to be a conscious attempt to record a gospel song, which would have added a layer of artifice, however transparent. No, this is simply a song from the heart, like "I Got This Record."

What cannot be denied about THE LEGACY BEGINS is J'Wonn's impressive musicality and production expertise, which come as something of a surprise despite the evident artistry behind "I Got This Record." In setting out to accomplish a palette of styles and moods, the young singer/songwriter has ransacked every sub-genre in R&B, including a "stepping" song, "The Night Away," the obligatory, "to-the-right, to the left," dance jam, "We Gone Party," and the old-fashioned (some might call "timeless," others "archaic") mainstream soul of "Left Me Now."

These and other tunes from the album are remarkably realized. The Legacy Begins may not be the foundation of a rather pompous-sounding "legacy." It may not even be the album we know J-Wonn is capable of. But it is, in its way, a tour de force.

--Daddy B. Nice

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October 23, 2016: NEW ALBUM ALERT!

Sample/Buy J'Wonn's new THE LEGACY BEGINS CD at Amazon.

Sample/Buy J'Wonn's THE LEGACY BEGINS CD at iTunes.

Listen to the official video of J'Wonn singing "24/7" on YouTube, from the new album THE LEGACY BEGINS.

Track list:

1 Daddy's Girl

2 Like or Love

3 I Need a Grown Woman

4 On the Spot

5 24 / 7

6 Left Me Now

7 2 Ways

8 I Got This Record (Live)

9 To My Grave

10 We Gone Party

11 The Night Away

12 Get Funky

Daddy B. Nice notes: The album includes two of J'Wonn's recent charting singles, "I Need A Grown Woman" and "Daddy's Girl."

Listen to the official video of J'Wonn singing "Daddy's Girl" on YouTube.

Listen to the official video of J'Wonn singing "I Need A Grown Woman" on YouTube.

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Listen to J-Wonn singing "I Got This Record" on YouTube.

March 1, 2014:

Daddy B. Nice's Original Profile:




This artist and this record mark a first in the annals of Daddy B. Nice's Southern Soul music charts. It's the first time an artist with only one song--and without an album--has broken into the Top 100 21st Century Southern Soul Countdown.

(DBN notes: actually, two singles have entered the chart without albums, but they did so years after they were first recorded: Will T.'s "Mississippi Boy"and Lijuana's "Wasn't None Of You.")

The rare accomplishment is due to the song's--and the vocalist's--extraordinary power and ability to communicate unfiltered sensitivity. J-Wonn's "I Got This Record" is not only a career-defining hit. So good is this single, your Daddy B. Nice would be surprised if the artist is ever again able to match it.

The song is about the four short words, "I Got This Record," and how much that means to this artist, and despite the workmanlike approach to the rest of the lyrics, embellishing with southern soul touchstones in a transparent way (which makes the song even more fascinating, in my opinion), JWonn's "I Got This Record" distills a sensitivity and innocence rarely captured in any musical genre or time period.

It's one of those songs that cuts to the very essence of what music is: a mysterious gift and an unfiltered memento of real life.

Usually the province of the very young,JWonn's "I Got This Record" is all that: young, raw, graceful and brilliant.

--Daddy B. Nice


About JWonn

The first mention of J-Wonn's "I Got This Record" appeared in September 2013:

Daddy B. Nice's Top Ten "Breaking" Southern Soul Singles Review for. . .

SEPTEMBER 2013

1. "I Got This Record"----J-Wonn

A stunning debut, and a home-run arrangement from the young producer of the moment, Big Yayo (LaMorris Williams' "Impala," Dave Mack's "Booty Talking"), who told your Daddy B. Nice he also manages this breathtakingly golden-toned vocalist.

J-Wonn Smith & Big Yayo have one J-Wonn song on YouTube--"Night Time Lover,"--but "I Got This Record" is the anthem--the perfect signature song--everyone wants to hear. It's J-Wonn's coming-out party, dramatic enough to recall Sir Charles Jones' "Friday" or LaMorris Williams' "We Can Do It (Impala)".

9/21/13 Update: Listen to JWonn singing "I Got This Record" Live Onstage on YouTube.

Sample/Buy J-Wonn's "I Got This Record" mp3 on Amazon.

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Then, in an article written September 21, 2013 entitled WILLIE CLAYTON DISPARAGES SOUTHERN SOUL SINGERS: DADDY B NICE RESPONDS, Daddy B. Nice closed with the observation:

Southern Soul has taken on a life of its own, leaving old men like me and Willie far behind. I understand his stubbornness because I see it in myself, in my refusal to tweet or to facebook. Why can't people just e-mail me? My constant refrain every time I get an "invitation".

The young people I'm talking to while searching out these new singles like J-Wonn's "I Got This Record" aren't aware of my website or any of the normal insider/industry stuff. They live in a world of facebook and twitter and are as unaware of our "older" world--and what we respect and cherish--as we are of theirs. And yet these same young people are making southern soul music as good as it ever was.

I truly believe that, or I wouldn't still be tracking the stuff. And J-Wonn...as a pure singer? Whew! Off the charts!


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Subsequently, in the December 1, 2013:
News & Notes,
Daddy B. Nice updated the progress of JWonn and "I Got This Record" as follows:

4. Instant Reaction....Is This A Small World Or What? J-Wonn On The Same Bill With Willie Clayton!

In a late September "Corner" article responding to a comment Willie Clayton made about the current generation of singers not being "true soul singers," your Daddy B. Nice summed up his belief in the current generation by offering as an example a young Jackson artist, J-Wonn, who had just recorded a hot song, brimming with sensitivity, called "I Got This Record." It was, in fact, his first real Southern Soul record.

What to my surprise, on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, only two months later then, to hear the late-breaking announcement for a Thanksgiving-eve concert at the Evers Tri-County Center in Pickens, Mississippi.

The bill: Willie Clayton and J-Wonn.

Is this a small world or what?

--Daddy B. Nice

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A month later, in the--

January 1, 2014:

SOUTHERN SOUL MUSIC: THE YEAR IN REVIEW


--Daddy B. Nice updated the progress of JWonn and his song "I Got This Record" with high praise, as follows:

....But the ultimate southern soul high of the year, at least for the insiders fortunate enough to hear his debut in the Delta (Jackson, Mississippi, the heart of the music), was the Big Yayo-tutored singer J-Wonn's "I Got This Record."

With only word-of-mouth, local air-play and one meagerly-recorded live-with-boombox YouTube video on the sidewalk of Farish Street (remember the Rue Davis song?), J-Wonn became an overnight sensation, the charisma and sensitivity of his vocal compelling your Daddy B. Nice to call his coming-out party "dramatic enough to recall Sir Charles Jones' 'Friday' or LaMorris Williams' 'We Can Do It (Impala)'."

Deejays called this song "the #1 song in the WORLD," (How's that, Nellie Travis?), but it was really the #1 Song in the Delta, where its popularity thrust J-Wonn on stage with Willie Clayton and subsequently led to headlining gigs with the likes of respected Southern Soul veterans Wilson Meadows and Dave Mack.


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RE-POSTED FROM DADDY B. NICE'S CD REVIEWS

September 6, 2014:

J-WONN: I Got This Record (Savior Music) Five Stars ***** Can't Miss. Pure Southern Soul Heaven.

A year later, leading off J-Wonn's debut CD of the same name, "I Got This Record" sounds even better than it did when it arrived--in fact, sounds good enough to drag the entire southern soul genre into the R&B mainstream. The fact that it has not done so yet only makes the steam in the pressure cooker that is southern soul all the more intense. Music this good will not pass without its eventual triumph.

Ten years ago, with masters like Johnnie Taylor, Tyrone Davis and Little Milton moving on to Soul Heaven, there was genuine consternation in the southern soul community that the golden age of southern soul music (never even heard outside of the Deep South anyway) was over. "Grown folks," the audience, were aging, along with the performers.

In 2014, with the tremendous influx of new young performers preceding J-Wonn over the last decade, those concerns seem wildly alarmist. Southern soul music has never been more popular. The number and dimension of live concerts dwarfs anything seen in the "old days."

Yes, the sound is different--in some ways, especially from a production standpoint, better--but it is still southern soul music. No one knows this better than the young artists like Jawonn Smith and Chris (Big Yayo) Mabry, the executive producers of this album, who are migrating from hiphop (the dominant form of the day) into southern soul, the genre that is all about music, not about using music as a conduit to get into the movies.

This album is so full of quality music--fifteen tracks of it--it's almost impossible to compare to most soul music albums. One has to go back to classic collections like Marvin Gaye's "What's Going On," Jimi Hendrix's "Electric Ladyland" or The Beatles' "Rubber Soul" or "Revolver" CD's to convey its mind-blowing mix of panoramic musical vision and technical breakthrough.

Big Yayo, who has nurtured and shaped this freakishly-talented young singer/songwriter Jawonn Smith into the phenomenon we know as J-Wonn, is fresh from ground-breaking singles stints with Stevie J. ("Because Of Me"), Dave Mack ("Booty Talking") and, most gloriously, LaMorris Williams ("Impala"--written, incidentally, by an even younger Jawonn), in each case delivering the strongest songs of their careers.

Your Daddy B. Nice has written extensively about "I Got This Record" over the last year, including awarding it the #1-ranked song of 2013, somewhat ahead of its major exposure across the chitlin' circuit and indeed the whole country and world in 2014.

Daddy B. Nice's

TOP 25 SOUTHERN SOUL SONGS OF 2013

1. I Got This Record--J-Wonn

A stunning debut, and a home-run arrangement from the young producer of the moment, Big Yayo (LaMorris Williams' "Impala," Dave Mack's "Booty Talking"), who told your Daddy B. Nice he also manages this breathtakingly golden-toned vocalist. "I Got This Record” is J-Wonn's coming-out party, dramatic enough to recall Sir Charles Jones' "Friday" and LaMorris Williams' "We Can Do It (Impala)".


Listen to the new video of J-Wonn singing "I Got This Record" on YouTube.

J-Wonn and his record swept 2013's top honors for Best Ballad, Best Male Vocalist, & Best Debut, with collaborator Big Yayo nabbing Best Arranger/Producer. A summary of J-Wonn's meteoric rise is contained in Daddy B. Nice's new J-Wonn Artist Guide.

Conceptually, J-Wonn's songs extol the virtues of romantic love and the perils of cynicism, the perfect thematic foil for his claim to fame: a vocal timbre and tone that captures the ineffable innocence of young love.

I Got This Record (The CD) contains any number of potential hit singles, although none quite so deserving of the term "classic" as "I Got This Record." Many of the songs will appeal to listeners with that vaguely-familiar, heard-once-before quality that makes a song instantly memorable. That's because deejays have already been dipping into the set with the happy abandon of treasure-hunters.

"Sleep In It" is a light, lilting tune about falling asleep in the aftermath of sex.

"True Love," a Carl Sims-like, deep-soul ballad has charted even higher than "Sleep In It" on Daddy B. Nice's recent Top 10 singles reviews.

"One Day Left" is a mid-tempo track with a rousing acapella-like conclusion featuring layer-cake like harmonies.

"Let's Get Out Of This Club"--for some reason titled "All Right"--has a haunting phrase at the end of its hook, accentuated in the opening verses by JWonn's last note, which drops down unexpectedly. The song builds an atmosphere so dense it lingers long after.

The ballad "Deeper" is the song viewers hear in the background to the introduction of the official J-Wonn YouTube video for "I Got This Record," and with noticeable expertise "Lied To You" ventures into the love-seat domain of songs like Mtume's "Juicy Fruit."

"Night Time Lover," an uptempo cut, raises tantalizing possibilities for J-Wonn's future forays into dance-floor jams, perhaps the only aspect of southern soul music not thoroughly digested and revived in this collection. The faster tempo brings out another charismatic strain in J-Wonn's vocal stylings. The rousing "One For The Road" with its chugging-train-like rhythm track, is another uptempo anthem waiting in the wings for its day on radio.

And yet, this sketchy overview doesn't do justice to the sheer breadth of riches on the album, including "You," "So Long," "Superstar," "VFW," and "I Look Good On You."

Too good to be true? The roll call of impressive new performers in Southern Soul since the turn of the century is replete with head-turning talent, but the seldom-used word "genius" may be the only encomium worthy of J-Wonn, who with this exceptionally accomplished debut CD takes his place in the top rank of contemporary southern soul singers.

--Daddy B. Nice

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February 1, 2014: AWARDS & HONORS for J-Wonn and "I Got This Record"

Daddy B. Nice Announces The Winners of the 2013 "Daddies" (7th Annual) Southern Soul Music Awards.

#1 Southern Soul Song Of The Year

Daddy B. Nice's

TOP 25 SOUTHERN SOUL SONGS OF 2013

1. I Got This Record--J-Wonn

A stunning debut, and a home-run arrangement from the young producer of the moment, Big Yayo (LaMorris Williams' "Impala," Dave Mack's "Booty Talking"), who told your Daddy B. Nice he also manages this breathtakingly golden-toned vocalist. "I Got This Record” is J-Wonn's coming-out party, dramatic enough to recall Sir Charles Jones' "Friday" and LaMorris Williams' "We Can Do It (Impala)".

Listen to the new video of J-Wonn singing "I Got This Record" on YouTube.

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Best Ballad: "I Got This Record" by JWonn



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Best Male Vocalist: JWonn, "I Got This Record"



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Best Debut: JWonn, "I Got This Record"



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Best Arranger/Producer: Big Yayo

Big Yayo---J-Wonn ("I Got This Record"), T-Baby ("The Swag"), Dave Mack ("Booty Talking")

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February 1, 2014: (Updated March 1, 2014)

CHART CLIMBERS 2014!:

J-Wonn and his hit Southern Soul single "I Got This Record" debuts at #93 on Daddy B. Nice's Top 100 21st Century Southern Soul Artist Countdown.


JWonn and his song "I Got This Record" dominated the 2013 ("Daddies") 7th Annual Southern Soul Music Awards. See Daddy B. Nice's Best Of 2013.

Go to the complete library of artist guides for Daddy B. Nice's Top 100 Countdown: 21st Century Southern Soul Artists

Listen to JWonn singing "I Got This Record" on YouTube while you read.

Listen to Jwonn singing "I Got This Record" on the studio video on YouTube.

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September 7, 2014: CHART-CLIMBERS


On the heels of his just released 15-track debut album, I GOT THIS RECORD, J-WONN rockets up the charts from #93 to #35 on Daddy B. Nice's Top 100 21st Century Southern Soul Countdown.



See Chart.

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September 7, 2014:

Read Daddy B. Nice's five-star review of J-Wonn's debut CD, I GOT THIS RECORD.

See Daddy B. Nice's NEW CD REVIEWS.

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August 1, 2014: NEW ALBUM ALERT!

Sample/Buy J-Wonn's highly-anticipated debut album, I GOT THIS RECORD (THE CD) at Amazon.

Sample/Buy J-Wonn's highly-anticipated debut album, I GOT THIS RECORD (THE CD) at iTunes.



Click here to see Daddy B. Nice's Top 10 Southern Soul Singles Review for July (#7-"Sleep In It" by J-Wonn).

Listen to J-Wonn singing "Sleep In It" on YouTube.

Watch for Daddy B. Nice's hot new single from J-Wonn's debut album for August '14: "True Love."

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(August 3, 2014)....and here it is:

See Daddy B. Nice's #2-ranked Southern Soul Single for August 2014: J-Wonn's "True Love."

Daddy B. Nice's Top 10 "BREAKING" Southern Soul Singles Review For. . .

----------AUGUST 2014------------

2. "True Love"-------J-Wonn

This one's just a notch below the level of Carl Sims' soul-shattering mini-dramas, Big Yayo out-Robbing Bigg Robb in a brief intro to J'Wonn's stunningly-innocent alto vocalizing the ballad's soulful lament:

"True love...
Oh, it's so hard to find."

It stops you in your tracks the way a song with the phrase "I got this record" still does, and when, quivering with vibrato, a totally-unexpected, deep-soul-Stax organ kicks in behind J-Wonn, your Daddy B. Nice wants to jump up and plant a big kiss on producer Yayo's forehead. From J-Wonn's terrific debut album--just released.


Sample/Buy J-Wonn's debut album, I GOT THIS RECORD (THE CD) at Amazon.

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February 10, 2015:

2-8-15 HOT!!! COWGIRL (THE OFFICIAL VIDEO) BY BIG YAYO FEATURING J'WONN! CLICK HERE!

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January 4, 2015: J'Wonn scores a trifecta of new singles to jump-start the new year!

See Daddy B. Nice's Top 10 Southern Soul Singles Review

#1--"Cowgirl" by Big Yayo featuring J-Wonn & T-Baby

#3--"Mississippi Boy: Part 2" by Charles Wilson featuring J-Wonn


And, brand new (not from 2014's I GOT THIS RECORD CD), the new ballad...

#6--"I Need A Grown Woman" by J-Wonn

--Daddy B. Nice

Listen to J'Wonn singing "I Need A Grown Woman" on YouTube.

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September 1, 2015:

Ranking The Singles: See right-hand column



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Listen to J'Wonn singing Daddy B. Nice's #22-ranked contemporary southern soul single, "I Got This Record," on YouTube.

September 4, 2016:

J'Wonn Climbs From #36 to #22 on Daddy B. Nice's Top 100 21st Century Countdown. The chart encompasses the period from 2000-2016.



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Honorary "B" Side

"Cowgirl (feat. Big Yayo)"



5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 
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I Got This Record


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I Got This Record


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Cowgirl (feat. Big Yayo)



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All Right (Let's Get Outa This Club (w/ Big Yayo)


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I Got This Record


5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 
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I Need A Grown Woman



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True Love


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I Got This Record


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Jigga Jigga (feat. Mel Waiters)



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Nighttime Lover


CD: I Got This Record (The CD)
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I Got This Record


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One For The Road


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I Got This Record


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VFW


CD: I Got This Record (The CD)
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I Got This Record


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Deeper


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I Got This Record


3 Stars 3 Stars 3 Stars 
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One Day Left


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I Got This Record


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Sleep In It


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