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Bruno - It's My Time album

Bruno - It's My Time album Performer: Bruno
Title: It's My Time
Style: Progressive House
Date of release: 2012
Size MP3: 1660 mb
Size FLAC: 1308 mb
Rating: 4.2

It's About Time is the second studio album by American singer Christina Milian. The album was released by Island Records on June 15, 2004 in Japan, and July 13, 2004 in the United States. It's About Time served as Milian's debut in the US; the September 11 attacks occurred two weeks prior to her debut album was scheduled to be released, and Milian opted to record a new album for the US market.

Zapp & Roger made a career out of such synthetic vocals and sparkling electro-funk, and it's not surprising that Bruno would borrow their swagger to get maximum bounce to the ounce for his comeback smash. If you're talking a slow-and-easy strut based on sweet synths and gently popping bass, you gotta invoke the type's all-time gold standard: Cameo's 1986 pop-funk classic "Candy," which the second track on Bruno's new LP echoes down to the letter structure of its one-word title. Bruno already went a little James Brown on the album's title track ("I'm a dangerous MAN with some money in my pocket!"), but here, he and his band go full JB's, with a superbad soul shuffle featuring Mars in near spoken-word form as he offers his whoopingest rasp over the track: "Throw some PERM on. your attitude!" 4. "That's What I Like": Jodeci.

When you’re talking about gold, 24 karat means it’s the purest kind of gold and it hasn’t been mixed with anything else. So essentially, Bruno is calling his album pure magic. Why is this song so cool? Because Bruno is lowkey paying tribute to a funk sound perfected by some of the coolest artists from the early 80’s like Midnight Star, Cameo, One Way, and Zapp & Roger.

With Solvan Naim, Bruno, Sam Eliad, Donnell Rawlings. This series follows a man and his beloved dog, Bruno, as they stroll through the streets of Bushwick, Brooklyn.

But it certainly wasn’t this. The track is called BLOW, and it’ll serve as the final song on Sheeran’s upcoming album, No. 6 Collaborations Project, set to drop tomorrow. Sheeran, despite being the lead artist, honestly has the least command over the track itself. Surely, a collaboration between Sheeran and Mars, two of the highest-selling male artists of all time, would be a cheerful pop tune that would generate enough radio attention to be a chart smash. BLOW really is a rock song through and through, so don’t hold your breath on that one. Hip-hop influence continues to be the most important thing to locking down a summer anthem, but with musical tastes expanding as much as they have been, maybe we’ll be proven wrong.


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