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Love, Tweet
Studio album by Tweet
Released 2010
Recorded 2006-present
Genre R&B, soul, Hip Hop
Label Umbrella Recordings, Universal Motown, The Goldmind Inc.
Producer Timbaland, Danja, Novel.
Tweet chronology
The Dresden Soul Symphony
(2008)
Love, Tweet
(2010)
Singles from Love, Tweet
  1. "Love Again"
    Released: December 30, 2009

Love, Tweet is Tweet's third studio album, on Umbrella Recordings. It was originally scheduled for a June 2008 release but was later canceled. The project was rumored to have been shelved, but was later confirmed for a fall 2008 release [1]. The teaser single "My Dear" which featured former label mate T.I. will not appear on the retail release[1]. "Real Lady" was scheduled to be released as the first single in November 2008, but was canceled due to online leaks. "Love Again" was officially released as the album's lead single in December 30, 2009.

Contents

Track listing

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Recorded Tracks

  • "Real Lady" (Produced by Novel)
  • "Alone" (Produced by Novel)[1]
  • "Remedy" (Produced by Novel)
  • "I Just Wanna" (Produced by Novel)
  • "Anymore" (Produced by Novel)
  • "Love Again" (Produced by Charlie Bereal & Craig Brockman)[1]
  • "Reasons"
  • "Trouble" (Produced by Warryn Campbell)
  • "Priceless"
  • "My Dear" (featuring T.I.) (produced By Marz)
  • "Give It to Ya"
  • "Them There Eyes"
  • "Everything"
  • "Cruisin'"
  • "Without You"
  • "Never Too Late"
  • "Hey Baby" [2]
  • "Procrastination" (featuring Missy Elliott & Timbaland)
  • "How Does It Feel"
  • "End of the Aisle" (featuring Smoke E. Digglera & Susan Weems of Sugah)

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