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I-OCTANE'S 'CRY TO THE NATION' HITS iTUNES

Posted: February 14, 2012
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I-Octane’s debut album Crying to the Nation is today available worldwide on iTunes.

The 16-track joint venture with VP Records and Scikron owned by Robert Livingston features social commentary, dancehall and love songs. Octane gives Music News the 411.

 

Among the featured tracks on the album are Rules of Life, Help I Please, L.O.V.E. Y.O.U., The Master’s Plan and the very popular Lose A Friend.

The album will also see I-Octane doing collabs with Albarosie, Tarrus Riley and Agent Sasco.

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