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Album: I Tried (Don Corleon Remix) [feat. Gentleman] - Single

Artist: SOJA

  • Genre: Reggae
  • Release Date: 2010
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2010 DMV Records

Tracklist For I Tried (Don Corleon Remix) [feat. Gentleman] - Single By Artist SOJA

Title Artist Time
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I Tried (Don Corleon Remix) [f SOJA 4:51 USD 0.99

Reviews For I Tried (Don Corleon Remix) [feat. Gentleman] - Single By Artist SOJA

  • Sick!

    5
    By ea.
    Killer track guys!
  • rad jam

    5
    By rvtramonte
    and overtly sick
  • a MUST have for any fan of great music

    5
    By Eric from Annapolis
    " I Tried " is an amazing song lyrically, and with this remix, it is fantastic! A must have for any music lover...and exspecially any fan of SOJA. Keep bringing those soulful jams brothers!
  • Great remix!!

    5
    By ChillinWRX
    Always love to hear new SOJA! If you get the chance, see these guys live. They always put on a great show :)
  • i tried

    5
    By SOJA420
    we are all blessed with the music that soja creates.. the purity and the truth of feeling is always there, especially in there most recient works. this version of 'I Tried' has such a beatuful feel! most definitely something is changing in the air with reggae becuase soja is finally just playing it from the heart.. and that is where reggae should be felt. just beautiful and no doubt see them in concert..
  • Sweet song

    5
    By jillian1125
    Simply put, awesome mix of a wicked good song. Soja songs can only get better and this was definitely a success.
  • Sick MIx

    5
    By Nikon Warrior
    Yo I love the original "I Tried" one of my favorite tracks on "Born In Babylon" sick to hear the track laid back. Best of both words, the hype original joint and the chill remix. SOJA is on top of their game. I would love to hear more remixes...keep them coming. Born In Babylon is one of the dopest albums of the year! Point Blank period!
  • Love it

    5
    By CaliMountain
    Its great to hear the collaboration with Gentleman and Don Corleon. I can't wait to see the crew in San Diego and hopefully Hollywood also next week. Stoked that I will be down in socal during that part of the tour. PLEASE PLAY AT REGGAE RISING THIS SUMMER!!!!
  • it sooo heady

    5
    By tmo9000
    oh dang mang dis jaunt illin an chillun. big up yoself. booooooooooooom blaaaaaaaaaaze!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • They Tried it again and were Successful - Awesome Remix

    5
    By BranchOutMusic.com
    The new version is definatly a lot different than the version on "Born in Babylon", it's slower but has a wicked new beat to it with some backup vocals, I can understand the lyrics better too. I recomend this song to all SOJA fans. And for 99 cents you can't beat it! on a side note, can't wait for Gentleman's new album! Nice remix, keep it up! -BRANCH OUT MUSIC .COM

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