Lugo | Sunshine

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Sunshine

by Lugo

R&B Hip Hop and Jazzy Urban crossover Neo Soul with Latin sprinkles. Music from this record was created in the Spring of 2012 in New York City.
Genre: Urban/R&B: R&B Pop Crossover
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1. Can You Feel Me Right Now
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6:28 $1.59
2. Devil in Church
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4:16 $1.59
3. Lite Skin
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4:07 $1.59
4. Live Life
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4:25 $1.59
5. Low Life
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5:05 $1.59
6. Playa Ya
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2:58 $1.59
7. Sunshine
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4:40 $1.59
8. Super Lover
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3:50 $1.59
9. Whats Going On
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4:01 $1.59
10. Happy Birthday
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This Album is dedicated to my Mother and Father who supported me in my quest for the perfect beat. Created on the Apple iPhone and developed to be on the cutting edge of music creation, Sunshine lifts the spirit and motivates you to groove, live, dance and enjoy life. Composed with Spring time in New York as a backdrop. Every step taken was exploited for optimal music creation, always with the headphones on (Oh... the cabs I nearly got hit by). In a way I did risk my life. The end result was well worth it. The subject matter runs from the universal "Happy birthday" "You can be whatever age you want" song every songwriter wishes they'd written to "Devil in church" which deals with how we must each confront fear and love ourselves as we are "We gotta learn to love, we gotta learn to trust".


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