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Reviews This is Vin Diesel's first song (it's awful)

10:23  28 september  2020
10:23  28 september  2020 Source:   sports.fr

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Diesel teased the song on "The Kelly Clarkson Show" last week, where he talked about his longtime love for music. "On a year where I would normally be It ' s the first time the 53-year-old father of three has released his own music, but fans have heard him sing before. Videos of him performing karaoke

Vin Diesel has just launched a music career with his first single titled Feel Like I Do. This is not a gimmick. The song , produced by DJ Kygo, was unquestionably made with modern consumers of pop music in mind. It is big and synthy, with Vin Diesel ' s bass-heavy voice accompanying the arrangement.

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