Frankie Flowers | New Beginning

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New Beginning

by Frankie Flowers

Continuing where "The Storyteller" left off...
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Underground Rap
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1. Freedom Fighter
3:30 album only
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2. Autumn Rain
3:14 album only
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3. Jammin' In the Car (feat. Lorees)
4:04 album only
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4. Close (feat. Lorees)
4:15 album only
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5. I'm Trippin
3:22 album only
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6. Observations In Life
4:07 album only
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7. I'll Be Waiting (feat. Lorees)
3:05 album only
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8. Who I Am
2:58 album only
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9. Beautyfull Black Queen
4:09 album only
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10. Koolness
3:36 album only
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11. A Love Story (feat. Lorees)
4:38 album only
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12. Chasing Dreams
4:13 album only
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13. New Beginning (feat. Lorees)
4:47 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Not many people get a second chance at making a lasting first impression. For Frankie Flowers though it’s been exactly that. With the debut of his first album “The Storyteller”, he went back into the studio wanting to reintroduce himself to the world hence the title “New Beginning.” Tapping into a pit full of mixed emotions, he was finally able to have an understanding of the experiences that happened over the past year. From being homeless in the streets of Los Angeles, to coping with the loss of old friendships, Frankie learned valuable life lessons not expected at the time. With the introduction of singer/songwriter Lorees Razaa, the two were able to combine sheer creativity with their passion for writing heart felt music. Taking listeners back to the days of Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell, or Ashford and Simpson, each song displayed a variety of soul, love, happiness and pain. “New Beginning” elaborates more in detail of what Frankie was feeling throughout previous relationships and this album surely differs from his first album “The Storyteller” in many ways.

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