Nine Lives Album

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About Nine Lives

Nine Lives is the debut studio album by former Hollywood Undead rapper Deuce. The album was released on April 24, 2012 through 10th Street Entertainment. The album uses both new songs, remake versions, and demo songs recorded following Deuce's departure from Hollywood Undead in early 2010. The album's first single, "Let's Get It Crackin'", which features Jeffree Star, was released on November 28, 2011, with an accompanying music video. The second single, entitled "America", was released on January 10, 2012, due to an early leak of the music video. The third single, "Help Me", was released on April 3, 2012, shortly before the album's release date. The fourth single, a clean version of the song "Nobody Likes Me", featuring Truth and Ronnie Radke of rock band Falling in Reverse, was released through iTunes on April 23, 2012, just before his studio album has been released the next day. His fifth single "I Came to Party" featuring Travie McCoy and Truth is released in the Party Pack single on September 4, 2012, which includes the "Rock Mix" version of the song along its two versions of music videos. Then, on February 15, 2013, the remake version of "The One", originally recorded for The Two Thousand Eight EP, his first extended play for original digital download in 2008, was released as his sixth single alongside its music video, which was directed by James Jou 


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