George Nozuka | Believe

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Believe

by George Nozuka

George Nozuka's first Album 'Believe' was recorded in Los Angeles. George's hits "Talk To Me" "Lie To Me" and "Last Time" charted in Canada, and Japan, when he was managed by Howie Dorough from The Backstreet Boys
Genre: Pop: Euro-Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Talk to Me
3:34 album only
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2. Last Time (Remix)
3:27 album only
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3. I Wanna Love You
3:33 album only
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4. Stay Up
3:44 album only
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5. With You (feat. J Diggz)
3:29 album only
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6. Lie to Me
3:42 album only
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7. Last Time
4:06 album only
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8. Such a Fool
3:31 album only
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9. Can't Stop Loving You
4:05 album only
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10. Before It Began
3:26 album only
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11. Star Crossed Lovers
4:02 album only
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12. Misunderstood
3:57 album only
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13. Cherie Amour
4:11 album only
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14. Butterfly
3:25 album only
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15. Hurting Child
2:52 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Canadian-American-Japanese R&B singer George Nozuka's debut album, Believe, made its way onto the charts of multiple countries on its release, notably Japan's digital sales. His sound on Believe is light, pleading, and all the things that a modern Japanese urban singer shoots for. This is territory held on U.S. charts by boy band projects, Ne-Yo, and the like. With a dose of multicultural heritage and a bit of styling to make the sound acceptable across markets (and a couple of bonus videos on the Japanese release), Believe marked a first step for a promising singer. This album was recorded when George was managed by Howie Dorough from the Backstreet Boys, who George no longer works with. On a tangential note, the album also marked the first and shortest link between a Japanese charting musician and Kevin Bacon — Nozuka's aunt is actress Kyra Sedgwick, also the wife of Bacon.

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