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Island

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Island Ft. Charlie Braxton (feat. Charlie Braxton)
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Cinematic
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Atmosphere (feat. P.H. The Vocal Beast)
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No U In Us
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24 Eight
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Recognize (feat. P.H. The Vocal Beast)
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Cast Away (feat. Joi Tiffany)
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Stay-Cation (feat. Joi Tiffany)
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Down (feat. Adrian)
3:57
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Luv 2 Hustle (feat. Gia & Dj Cunta)
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Gettin It (feat. Stalley & Joi Tiffany)
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Our Thing
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Rabbits
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16 Shots (feat. Bentley)
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Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 53:31

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