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Album: Love (feat. L.L. Cool J) - Single

Artist: Nathaniel

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2013
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2013 Fly Nate music group

Tracklist For Love (feat. L.L. Cool J) - Single By Artist Nathaniel

Title Artist Time
Love (feat. L.L. Cool J) Nathaniel 3:35 USD 0.99

Reviews For Love (feat. L.L. Cool J) - Single By Artist Nathaniel

  • Don't sleep on this kid. He IS talent

    By SexyNeqz25
    Nathaniel is the truth. Representing where I'm from in BROOKLYN!!!! How many R&B Singers you know come out of here. This is a place known mostly for rappers. But he has been doing his thing for some time and he has so much talent. He writes his on music and I can relate to most of his songs. I can see him going far. I'm a die hard Nathaniel fan and I support you to the fullest my dude. I grew up in the 90's so this song takes me back to how R&B used to be. This is Real R&B and it has an old school. I feel the vybe, its quite catchy and LL added the best touch to it. Keep doing your thing boy and continue repping for Bk. Don't forget where you come from and those who supported you.
  • Best R&B singer..

    By stylesjoel
    Great song. Im his number one fan. I love his voice, really good singer.

    By C-Boy27
    This guy makes some great music, i have been following his work for a couple of years, i also bought his single spiderman a while back. This kid has an amazing voice.

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