Thousand Thoughts

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Thousand Thoughts
Studio album by
ReleasedAugust 30, 2012
Recorded2011–2012
Genre Desi hip hop
Length0:36:25
Label Sony Music India
Producer Bohemia
Bohemia chronology
Da Rap Star
(2009)
Thousand Thoughts
(2012)
Skull & Bones: The Final Chapter
(2017)

Thousand Thoughts is the fourth studio album by rapper Bohemia. It was released on August 30, 2012 under the label of Sony Music India. It won Best International Album award at PTC Punjabi Music Awards in 2013. It was produced and recorded at L.A.-based Diamond Mine Studio by Ravi Soni. [1]

Contents

Track listing

All lyrics are written by Bohemia.

Track listing
No.TitleLength
1."Koi Nai" (Intro)00:54
2."Beparwah" (featuring Devika Chawla)04:08
3."Faqeer"03:30
4."Lela"03:03
5."Na Suno" (featuring Jasmine Sandlas)03:26
6."Desi Put Jawan"03:48
7."Aja Ni Aja" (featuring Baby Bash)03:18
8."IDGAF" (featuring Haji Springer)02:40
9."Hazaar Gallan"04:29
10."Right Now" (featuring 3AM)03:40
11."Future"03:30

Awards

YearNominee / workAwardResult
2013"Thousand Thoughts"Best International Album at PTC Punjabi music awardsWon

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