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A Pocketful of Purpose

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Download links and information about A Pocketful of Purpose by Conya Doss. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Jazz genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 48:55 minutes.

Artist: Conya Doss
Release date: 2012
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Jazz
Tracks: 13
Duration: 48:55
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Reaching for the Stars 3:32
2. I Want It All 3:24
3. Paradise 3:31
4. What About You and Me? (feat. Chris McNeal) 4:00
5. Piano Interlude 1:10
6. Don't Change 4:08
7. Just Me 4:36
8. Letter 5:39
9. Here for You 3:32
10. Jamie (Come Back) 4:25
11. Lost 2:53
12. Where Do We Go from Here? 3:38
13. I'll Say Yes 4:27

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A self-starting talent of the first order, Conya Doss has been quietly blazing her own trail in R&B since her self-released 2002 debut, A Poem About Ms. Doss. Over the subsequent decade, Doss has recorded a string of accomplished albums, deliberately forgoing major-label assistance in order to maintain creative control of her work. Doss’ determinedly independent stance has placed her outside the R&B mainstream, but if the breathtakingly assured Pocketful of Purpose is anything to judge by, her self-reliance is starting to pay considerable creative dividends. Doss has always made grown-folks music, writing seriously about life’s everyday challenges with keen observational insight. But on Pocketful of Purpose, she displays a new level of strength and maturity as a singer and songwriter. On “Jamie,” she paints a compelling portrait of a talented young vocalist who sacrifices artistic integrity on the road to fame and fortune, and on the touching “Letter” she sings from the perspective of a mother offering love and advice to her young son. Pocketful of Purpose is another rewarding effort from one of R&B’s most fiercely independent voices.