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Anthony Flammia

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1.1
Life Is Good
Anthony Flammia
2:45
1.2
Damn  EXPLICIT
Anthony Flammia
3:01
1.3
Back To You
Anthony Flammia
3:02
1.4
The Cycle  EXPLICIT
Anthony Flammia
2:54
1.5
Let It Go
Anthony Flammia
4:00
1.6
Nothing Wrong
Anthony Flammia
4:03
1.7
Don't Look No Further  EXPLICIT
Anthony Flammia
2:59
1.8
Waiting  EXPLICIT
Anthony Flammia
4:04
1.9
Pieces
Anthony Flammia
3:29
1.10
I Miss You  EXPLICIT
Anthony Flammia
3:15
Total Playing Time    33:32
"Through his dynamic distillation of R&B, hip-hop, funk, and pop, Anthony Flammia taps into these frequencies and it resonates on a deeper level."
- Vents Magazine

Singer and multi-instrumentalist Anthony Flammia releases his new album see attached via Sounds Music Group/Republic Records. The album was preceded by lead single, "DAMN".
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Sounds Music Group/Republic Records Studio Masters

Track 7 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 48 kHz / 24-bit

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