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Album: MASAYUME CHASING - Single

Artist: BoA

  • Genre: J-Pop
  • Release Date: 2014
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 2

  • Copyright: ℗ 2014 AVEX MUSIC CREATIVE INC.

Tracklist For MASAYUME CHASING - Single By Artist BoA

Title Artist Time
1
Masayume chasing BoA 3:39 USD 1.29
2
Fun BoA 4:03 USD 1.29

Reviews For MASAYUME CHASING - Single By Artist BoA

  • FAIRY TAIL

    5
    By Nobody 15
    THIS SONG IS AMAZING!! 👆
  • FAIRY TAIL!

    5
    By Sanaa190
    🤟🏽👆🏾
  • Good but..

    4
    By Xgirl909
    Please add the intrumentals to the rest of her Japanese ep please?
  • YOSH!

    5
    By Soulless Seraph
    OMG!!! SO HAPPY THIS SONG IS HERE!!! THIS SONG GETS ME PUMPED!!!
  • Fairy Tail

    5
    By Jungoguy
    I finally found you!
  • Fairy Tail

    5
    By Royal Co
    👆
  • Dear iTunes

    5
    By MikoYoukai
    Please keep putting more of BoA’s Japanese albums on iTunes. Please and thank you!
  • Fairy tail

    5
    By Littlericky223
    I LITERALLY CAME HERE TO FIND BoA SONGS AND NOW I FOUND A SONG THAT WAS IN FAIRY TAIL! WHAT THE HECK!?
  • About time!

    5
    By Zaber177
    I dont know where it was hiding, but I been looking for it on Itunes here in US. THanks for finally adding it

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