Music From Nickelodeon's VICTORIOUS to Be Released 11/6
Get ready to sing and party with the cast of Nickelodeon's VICTORIOUS when Victorious 3.0: Even More Music From The Hit TV Show hits stores on November 6. A collection of songs performed by Victoria Justice and the series cast, the album also features brand-new music from the final episodes of the hit series. Stand-out tracks include brand-new track " L.A. Boyz ", "Faster Than Boyz," co-written by Victoria Justice and Kojak (Ke$ha, Nicki Minaj, Flo Rida ), "Here's 2 Us," co-written by Evan Bogart ( Britney Spears , Rihanna, Adam Lambert ), Lindy Robbins ( Leona Lewis , Big Time Rush, Backstreet Boys) and Emanuel Kiriakou ( Selena Gomez , Beyonce, Demi Lovato ) and "Bad Boys," written by Kara DioGuardi ( Christina Aguilera , Celine Dion , Carrie Underwood ). Victorious 3.0: Even More Music From The Hit TV Show is available for pre-order now: http://smarturl.it/victorious3.0.
Victorious 3.0: Even More Music From The Hit TV Show will be available via all digital service providers and a commemorative Hollywood Arts Fan Edition will be sold exclusively at Wal-Mart stores. This special 'ZinePak will include two bonus songs and a 48-page magazine consisting of behind-the-scenes images from the show, cast Q&A and a look back at the most memorable music moments from the series.
A music video for the brand-new track "L.A. Boyz" will premiere on Thursday, Oct 18 on Nickelodeon. Victoria Justice and Ariana Grande will also perform "L.A. Boyz" on the upcoming episode of Victorious, "Three Girls and a Moose," premiering thisSaturday, Oct. 20, at 8:30 p.m. (ET/PT) on Nickelodeon.
Victorious, currently in its third season, is a co-production with Sony Music as part of an ongoing global partnership. Victoriousreached 14 million tweens and 7 million teens in 2012, while sales of singles from Victorious total 2.8 million combined digital downloads to date worldwide.
The full track-listing of Victorious 3.0: Even More Music from the Hit TV Show is as follows:
1. "Here's 2 Us" featuring Victoria Justice
2. "L.A. Boyz" featuring Victoria Justice & Ariana Grande
3. "Bad Boys" featuring Victoria Justice
4. "You Don't Know Me" featuring Elizabeth Gillies
5. "Faster Than Boyz" featuring Victoria Justice & Leon Thomas III
6. * "Cheer Me Up" featuring Victoria Justice (Bonus Track: Wal-Mart 'ZinePak Edition)
7. * "365 Days" featuring Leon Thomas III (Bonus Track: Wal-Mart 'ZinePak Edition)
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