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Lil' Mo - Superwoman Scarica Album
Funk
Interprete: Lil' Mo
Titolo: Superwoman
Stile: Rhythm & Blues
Anno 2001
Paese US
Etichetta EastWest
Numero di Catalogo 67171-2
Genere: Funk
Valutazione: 4.3
Voti: 364
Dimensione Mp3: 2920 mb
Dimensione Flac: 2374 mb
Dimensione Wma: 1802 mb
Registra da: CD, Single

Lil' Mo - Superwoman Scarica Album

Tracklist

1Superwoman Pt. II - (Remix Instrumental)
2Superwoman - (Instrumental)
3Superwoman Pt. II - (Amended Version Remix W-Rap)
Featuring – Fabolous
4Superwoman - (Amended Version W-Rap)

Versioni

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
67174-0Lil' Mo Superwoman ‎(12")Elektra67174-0US2001
PRCD 7457-2Lil' Mo Superwoman ‎(CD, Single, Ltd, Promo)Elektra, EastWestPRCD 7457-2US2000
E7238CD, 7559-67238-2Lil' Mo Superwoman ‎(CD, Single)Elektra, ElektraE7238CD, 7559-67238-2UK2003
ED-6243Lil' Mo Superwoman ‎(12", Promo)ElektraED-6243US2000
PRO2654Lil' Mo Superwoman ‎(CD, Single, Promo)ElektraPRO2654Europe2001

Note

Comes in a cardboard slipcase with a slide out black tray

Video

Album

Based on a True Story is the debut album by American singer Lil' Mo. It was released on June 26, 2001, through Elektra Records and Warner Music Group. Created over a period of three years, in which its original version was delayed numerous times following arguments with Elektra executives over her image and material, and with preceding singles such as 5 Minutes and Ta Da failing to chart noticeably on the mainstream charts, it went through major reconstructions throughout its creation process. Music video by Lil' Mo performing Superwoman Featuring Fabolous With Cynthia Loving & John Jackson C 2001 Elektra about Superwoman from Lil' Mo's So Good 2 and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Yo, black, baby I'm your superwoman The kind of girl that you can lay down And everything will be okay Come on, you ain't gotta look up in theRead about Superwoman from Lil' Mo's So Good 2 and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Yo, black, baby I'm your superwoman The kind of girl that you can lay down And everything will be okay Come on, you ain't gotta look up in the View full lyrics. Similar Tracks. Friends Those Girls. Lil' Mo. Hey Kandi. Rap & Hip-Hop. 13 hrs . Superwoman Featuring. Fabolous - Lil' Mo. Album: Based On A True Story. Year: 2001. Related videos. RE:Definition - Black Star. Album: Mos Def & Talib Kweli Are Black Star. Superwoman, Superwoman Pt. CD Single. Lil Mo Artist Format: Audio CD. Superwoman Amended Version W Rap. Superwoman Instrumental. Superwoman Pt. II Remix Amended Version WRap. II Remix Instrumental. All formats Album CD CD Album CD Single CD Maxi Vinyl records LP 7 inchs 7 inchs SP 7 inchs EP 12 inchs 78 rpm 10 inchs DVD VHS Cassette Clothing T-Shirt Others. Featured items. LIL' MO SUPERWOMAN. 97 results found. Filters : Items on sale Mint Sellers Professional sellers Private sellers. This song is by Lil' Mo, features Fabolous and appears on the album Based On A True Story 2001. Yo Black babyI'm your superwomanThe kind of girl that you can lay downAnd everything will be okayCome on. You ain't gotta look up in the skyFor a bird or a planeI know your lookin' for a changeI'mma save your dayCheck it I got the 'S' on my chestI'm a superwomanYou ain't gotta look up in the skyFor a bird or a planeI'mma save your dayGirls are always gonna hateComin' to your rescueI'm a. Your Rating. Elektra E7238CD. Songs in album Lil Mo - Based On A True Story 2001. Lil Mo - Intro. Lil Mo - My Story. Lil Mo - Supa Star. Lil Mo - Superwoman Pt. Lil Mo - Player Not The Game. Lil Mo - How Many Times. Lil Mo - 2Moro. Lil Mo - Friends Those Girls. Lil Mo - Gangasta. Lil Mo - Saturday. Lil Mo - She Cood Neva B Me. Lil Mo - Time After Time. Recording for the album began in 1998 when Mo was signed to Elektra two singles If You Wanna Dance & 5 Minutes were released as potential lead singles. However, the lack of proper charting performance from both singles resulted in a postponement for Based on a True Story both singles would also be subsequently removed from the album project. In 2000, Mo and her record labels EastWestElektra, released Ta Da as the official lead single. The dispute would later develop over Mo's image and the follow-up single, Superwoman. By 2001, Mo later convince Elektra to release Superwoman under the Part II version featuring Fabolous