|Ticket to the World|
|Studio album by|
|Released||7 October 2013|
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The first single from the album, "Fire", was released on 10 June 2013. A second version of the single featuring Congolese-French rapper Youssoupha was released in August 2013.
The album was also released as a digisleeve CD, on vinyl and as a Fnac special edition collector box containing the "Fire" single on 45 T vinyl, two photo prints and a digisleeve CD.
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