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good

talk me down is the best song and alone again and the game are all good. Plus, she is canadian :D she won the next star season 2

Phenomenal

I think the songs are too short. But I think songs should be about 3 mins long. So, yeah. Lol. But her voice and the meaning of most of the songs is phenomenal!!!!! I suggest u get it. U probably won't reget it

She is THE NEXT STAR, after "The Next Star 1" in 2008

It almost been a year since I graduated grade 12 and got the C.D after my last exam and before my prom. But first, when I heard about Alyssa Reid on the Soda Pop Tour in 2010 I was surprised. Don't get me wrong, I was a big fan of hers since "The Next Star 1"

Biography

Born: March 15, 1993 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '10s

Canadian pop singer Alyssa Reid rose to the top of the charts in 2010 with the hit single "Alone Again," which riffed off of Heart's 1997 smash "Alone" and featured rapper P. Reign. Born in Edmonton, Alberta, Reid began writing songs and taking vocal lessons while still in the single digits, and by the time she was in her late teens, the self-taught guitarist/pianist, who impressed her future record label with a YouTube rendition of the Justin Bieber hit "One Less Lonely Girl," was working with some...
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The Game, Alyssa Reid
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: Jan 01, 2011

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