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This Thing Called Life

August Alsina

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1
This Thing Called Life
August Alsina
0:58
2
Job (feat. Anthony Hamilton, Jadakiss)
August Alsina; Anthony Hamilton; Jadakiss
4:15
3
Why I Do It (feat. Lil Wayne)
August Alsina; Lil Wayne
3:58
4
Hollywood
August Alsina
3:29
5
Hip Hop
August Alsina
3:29
6
Change
August Alsina
3:20
7
Dreamer
August Alsina
4:47
8
Been Around The World (feat. Chris Brown)
August Alsina; Chris Brown
3:23
9
First Time
August Alsina
3:08
10
Would You Know?
August Alsina
5:36
11
Song Cry
August Alsina
4:30
12
Other Side
August Alsina
4:00
13
American Dream
August Alsina
3:29
14
Look At How Far I've Come
August Alsina
4:24
15
The Encore
August Alsina
3:46
Total Playing Time    56:32
This second album from American hip-hop artist August Alsina follows his smash hit debut Testimony, which peaked at number two in the US in 2014. This Thing Called Life features guest appearances from Anthony Hamilton, Jadakiss, Lil Wayne on the single Why I Do It and Chris Brown on the single Been Around The World.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Def Jam Recordings Studio Masters

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