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Album: Real Love (feat. Jordin Sparks & Elijah Blake) - Single

Artist: 199∞

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2019
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2019 Rkeytek Music / DFMedia Records

Tracklist For Real Love (feat. Jordin Sparks & Elijah Blake) - Single By Artist 199∞

Title Artist Time
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Real Love (feat. Jordin Sparks 199∞ 3:52 USD 0.99

Reviews For Real Love (feat. Jordin Sparks & Elijah Blake) - Single By Artist 199∞

  • Loving it!!

    5
    By MDBULLOCK
    I’m so glad she is releasing new music!!! Love the song and they sound amazing together!! Look forward to hearing more music by the both of them!!
  • Femme

    5
    By Feng Chen
    Love the voice 😁😁😁😁
  • Great duo. Great song.

    5
    By dwonnd
    Elijah is one of my favorite R&B singers. Jordin Sparks is also a favorite of mine. The two of them together is something I never imagined but it works wonderfully! Elijah vocals are as smooth and on point as ever. Jordin has not lost a step with her amazing voice as well. This is a great song, great music & melodies as well. It is well worth purchasing to support great R&B and great R&B talent!

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