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Chante Moore, John Legend Reveal New Album Tracklistings

 

I have some new album track listings to reveal with you all first starting with R&B Divas L.A. star Chante Moore. Her new album Moore Is More is due on eOne Records on July 30 . The album features the new single Talking In My Sleep. Check out the track listing below:
1. Baby Can I Touch Your Body
2. Talking In My Sleep
3. Alone
4. Don't Make Me Laugh
5. Doctor Doctor
6. Mrs. Under, Stood
7. On And On (Featuring Da Brat)
8. Giving You My Always
9. Jesus, I Want You
10. Cry Me A River
Preview the album on iTunes by clicking on the link below!
https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/moore-is-more/id671738900

John Legend will release his new album Love In The Future on September 3. The album will be released in Standard and Deluxe version. The album features the nw single Made To Love and the hit song Who Do We Think We Are? featuring Rick Ross. Get into the track listing below!

"Love In The Future"- Standard Version:
1. Love In The Future (Intro)
2. The Beginning…
3. Open Your Eyes
4. Made To Love
5. Who Do We Think We Are (Ft. Rick Ross)
6. All Of Me
7. Hold On Longer
8. Save The Night
9. Tomorrow
10. What If I Told You? (Interlude)
11. Dreams
12. Wanna Be Loved
13. Angel (Interlude) (Ft. Stacy Barthe)
14. You & I (Nobody In The World)
15. Asylum
16. Caught Up

"Love In The Future" - Deluxe Version:
1. Love In The Future (Intro)
2. The Beginning…
3. Open Your Eyes
4. Made To Love
5. Who Do We Think We Are (Ft. Rick Ross)
6. All Of Me
7. Hold On Longer
8. Save The Night
9. Tomorrow
10. What If I Told You? (Interlude)
11. Dreams
12. Wanna Be Loved
13. Angel (Interlude) (Ft. Stacy Barthe)
14. You & I (Nobody In The World)
15. Asylum
16. Caught Up
Bonus Tracks:
17. So Gone
18. We Loved It (Ft. Seal)
19. Aim High
20. For The First Time
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