Anthony Hogg | Words Spoken

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Words Spoken

by Anthony Hogg

Album represent a collection of R&B/Electronic songs and Latin Freestyle about love and pain and everything in between.
Genre: Urban/R&B: R&B Pop Crossover
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1. Baby I Love You \ Entering the Darkness
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4:56 $0.75
2. No More
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3:29 $0.75
3. Broken
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3:16 $0.75
4. I Am the One (feat. Tiffany Belle)
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4:27 $0.75
5. Here I Am
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3:59 $0.75
6. Words Spoken
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3:59 $0.75
7. I Can Change Your World
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3:12 $0.75
8. Run Away
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3:18 $0.75
9. Losing Her (feat. Tiffany Belle)
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3:59 $0.75
10. Okay
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4:12 $0.75
11. Let Me Go (feat. Tiffany Bele)
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12. I Wish I Could Change Your Life
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5:11 $0.75
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Okay
This song is dedicated to my Father-in-Law who passed away from heart failure. While he was in the hospital, no one was really being honest with him about how long he had to live. After weeks in the hospital he realize he was not getting better. This song is about accepting the end.
Okay has great rhythm pattern that grabs the listeners attention. It starts off with the main person not understanding why everyone is telling him he is Okay. It ends with him excepting his final moments. The final 8 bars is the ultimate excepting of going home.


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