Jada’s “The Last Kiss” Set for April 7 Release; Final Tracklisting Unveiled

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Download DJBooth's new App, The PLUG New York, NY -- East Coast vet Jadakiss has unveiled the final tracklist of his third studio album, The Last Kiss. After multiple delays, the forthcoming LP is now set to hit record shops and online retailers on Tuesday, April 7th.

The Last Kiss Tracklist:

1. Pain & Torture
2. Can’t Stop Me featuring Ayanna Irish
3. Who’s Real featuring Swizz Beatz & OJ Da Juiceman
4. Grind Hard featuring Mary J. Blige
5. Something Else featuring Young Jeezy
6. One More Step featuring Styles P
7. Stress Ya
8. What If featuring Nas
9. Things I’ve Been Through
10. I Tried featuring Avery Storm
11. Rocking With The Best featuring Pharrell
12. Smoking Gun featuring Jazmine Sullivan
13. Cartel Gathering featuring Ghostface Killah & Raekwon
14. Come And Get Me featuring S.I. & Sheek Louch
15. By My Side featuring Ne-Yo
16. BONUS: Letter To B.I.G. featuring Faith Evans
17. BONUS: Something Else Remix featuring Young Jeezy, Snyp Life, Bully, AP, Boo Rossini & Blood Raw
18. BONUS: Death Wish featuring Lil’ Wayne

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