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Music PopWrapped | Music

Sigma Unveil Final Tracklist For Collab-Heavy Debut 'Life'

Lazaros Balakos | PopWrapped Author

Lazaros Balakos

10/30/2015 10:26 am
PopWrapped | Music
Sigma Unveil Final Tracklist For Collab-Heavy Debut 'Life' | Life
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Cameron Edwards and Joe Lenzie aka Sigma have been working on their debut studio album Life for quite a while now. Having already released a bunch of singles from it, the two are now ready to drop the record and have unveiled the final cover art and tracklist. Back when we interviewed Sigma, they told us we’d see some well-known names on the credits of Life. A few days later, when a tracklisting made its way online, we didn’t see a lot of new names apart from the ones we already knew. However, that was just because the song titles and credits were not the final ones, so everything is clear now that we have those. Check out the entire tracklist for yourself below.
  1. “Redemption” (Sigma & Diztortion feat. Jacob Banks)
  2. “Slow Down” (feat. Jetta)
  3. “Higher” (feat. Labrinth)
  4. "Life" (feat. Bartoven)
  5. “Nobody to Love”
  6. “Lost Away” (feat. Shakka)
  7. “Running”
  8. “Changing” (feat. Paloma Faith)
  9. “Lighters” (feat. Majestic)
  10. “Broken Promises” (feat. Maverick Sabre)
  11. “Glitterball” (feat. Ella Henderson)
  12. “Rudeboy” (feat. Doctor)
  13. “Stay”
  14. “Coming Home” (Sigma & Rita Ora)
  15. “Feel It”
  16. “Beyond the Wall”
  17. “The Reason” (feat. Nicole Jackson)
  18. “Good Times” (Sigma & Ella Eyre)
  19. “Feels Like Home” (feat. Ina Wroldsen)
  20. “Coming Home (Acoustic)” (Sigma & Rita Ora)
As you can see, other than the already known collaborations with Paloma Faith, Labrinth, Ella Henderson etc., we get to see the names of Rita Ora on recently announced single “Coming Home”, Ella Eyre on “Good Times” and well-known songwriter Ina Wroldsen on “Feels Like Home”, among others.  Life is definitely shaping up to be one hell of a debut, so we’ll definitely be pre-ordering it on November 2, prior to its December 4 release date.


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