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I Want It To Be Real (Basement Beats) - John Rocca - I Want It To Be Real (Vinyl)

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  2. John Rocca - I Want It To Be Real: Tracklist (Vinyl) A: I Want It To Be Real: B1: I Want It To Be Real (Instrumental) B2: Englishman In New York: * Items below may differ depending on the release. John Rocca Discography Price Guide Recently Listed Email Alerts Refine Search Results.
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  4. Rocca next had another #1 US Billboard Club Play hit as a solo artist in with “I Want It To Be Real”, and his solo work under the pseudonym Midi Rain reached cult status and led to yet another #1 US Billboard Club Play dance floor hit with "Shine" in
  5. Author of the sequel, I’m Jack & I’m Back: The Basement Pit, and of critically acclaimed, I’m Jack & I Want More, as well as an educational book on the history of the American Pit-bull Terrier titled Fighting for Life, turned 19 in Reviews: 8.
  6. John simply makes good music that is rooted in the essence of HIP HOP, Rap and R&B. John's goal is to touch his listeners via his music. From triumph to defeat, joy to pain, hood to heaven; Basement speaks on the life that we live in a way that touches everyone who has a soul.
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  8. Jul 25,  · referencing I Want It To Be Real, 12", SWRL Englishman in New York is one the dopest tracks I've ever heard. I love the city soundscaping at the beginning, the slow build, the feel-good whistling that's scratched it with some other fun 80s canonical samples, the dramatic synth keys, followed by fucking percussion on the bongos. soooo good/5().

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