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Album: Priority (Acoustic Mixtape)

Artist: Julia Cole

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2018
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 8

  • Copyright: ℗ 2018 Julia Cole Music LLC

Tracklist For Priority (Acoustic Mixtape) By Artist Julia Cole

Title Artist Time
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Priority Julia Cole 3:04 USD 0.99
2
Kiss Me Again Julia Cole 3:04 USD 0.99
3
Adjust Julia Cole 3:09 USD 0.99
4
Get Gone Julia Cole 2:50 USD 0.99
5
Heaven's Right Here Julia Cole 3:06 USD 0.99
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You're Just Mad Julia Cole 2:29 USD 0.99
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Mixtape Julia Cole 3:03 USD 0.99
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Be Someone (Bonus Track) [Hous Julia Cole 2:54 USD 0.99

Reviews For Priority (Acoustic Mixtape) By Artist Julia Cole

  • Blends R&B and Country with Edgy Lyrics

    5
    By JessterStone
    Cole is cool... Definitely influenced by another Houston native Beyonce’. Look forward to hearing her perform at the May 4th Suwannee River Jam in Florida.
  • Absolutely Great!!

    5
    By WifiRequiredOrItsYourBurro!
    Some reviews on here are full of b.s. - its a great album by a fantastic COUNTRY artist. Get a grip people lol
  • Great sound!

    5
    By Sunny64
    I discovered this by accident and I really like it! She is upbeat and fresh. I like her voice too!
  • Not a chance

    1
    By The real Chris Woods
    You call this country music? This is a slap to the face of the country music scene.
  • Nope.

    3
    By Peek a chew
    Tripe. Nothing to see here...
  • ALL OVER THE MAP…forced vocals, questionable songwriting, brand?

    2
    By Fan of CMA, ACM, CMT, GRAMMYS
    Just seems like this new artist is all over the map- trying to cover too many genres and not sure of her brand? While Im sure just trying to be creatively different it just isn’t clear who she is? Definitely not country. Listened to the entire EP- Priority stresses me out cause its hits you like she’s screaming, her VOCAL is simply too FORCED. Less is more. Also, her songwriting and lyrics in You’re Just Mad- how do you feel good about writing a song your the other girl “the drunk dial” who’s the cheater with a guy on another girl? Isn’t this suppose to be the year of women supporting women?
  • To the top!

    5
    By Tcoppinthehouse
    Love this album, she’s able to hit different demographics and combine them to the roots of good music.
  • Love it!

    5
    By dcChick2018
    Priority and kiss me again— sooo good! Singing all day. Love it, julia!
  • Love this!

    5
    By musiclover3233
    These songs are EVERYTHING. So good ugh
  • Recipe for Great Music - Blend Country, R&B and Pop; Add Interesting Lyrics and Passionate Energy

    5
    By RockyRoots
    Julia Cole is a refreshing country Artist who combines amazing songwriting skills with passionate performances to produce a very appealing sound. She blends country, R&B, and pop with memorable lyrics on the complexities of love and relationships - Julia’s energy is contagious, and the R&B undertones keep the songs on your mind. Great EP and an artist to keep an eye on! 👏

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