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Album: Hope (from BEST AL「Finally」) - Single

Artist: Namie Amuro

  • Genre: J-Pop
  • Release Date: 2017
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2017 AVEX ENTERTAINMENT INC.

Tracklist For Hope (from BEST AL「Finally」) - Single By Artist Namie Amuro

Title Artist Time
Hope (from BEST AL「Finally Namie Amuro 4:12 USD 1.29

Reviews For Hope (from BEST AL「Finally」) - Single By Artist Namie Amuro

  • Uhhh

    By Xgirl909
    Please put up all of her music on Apple Music please...
  • YASS

    By AlisonRoses
    Finally! I’m so happy this is out! SO GOOD
  • The Wait is FINALLY Over!!!!!

    By MrsJJJack
    Remember when I used Shazam a few months back and couldn’t buy this song Man I’ve waited forever for this song to become available. This song is by far the best One Piece intro!!! Happy to finally have this song!!! YES!!! YES!!! YES!!! YES!!! YES!!! 😁😁😁
  • Wow

    By Bryvio
    I usually never buy songs unless Im supporting a friend or Eminem. I got SoundCloud but this...
  • This is real!

    By Nguyeners22
    This is the real one that’s been dissapearing off he net and constantly brought back... NOW IT’S OURS FOREVER im usually dissapointed since these songs usually sound diffent than how I see them on the anime but this has the same tone and voice!
  • YES

    By S-wess
    Been trying to get this song forever, best onepice intro!
  • Best One Piece Opening so far

    By Dmoore334
    I can’t stop listening to this song..I’m glad I could find it on iTunes

    By ASixxy
    Oh my god I've been waiting so long for this

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