Ticket to the World

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Ticket to the World
Ticket to the World Cover.jpg
Studio album by
Released7 October 2013 (2013-10-07)(France)
Recorded2013
Genre Soul, folk
Label Motown France
Producer Jay Newland
Ayọ chronology
Billie-Eve
(2011)
Ticket to the World
(2013)
Ayọ
(2017)

Ticket to the World is the fourth studio album by Nigerian-German singer–songwriter Ayọ. It was released on 7 October 2013. [1] [2] The album was produced and mixed by Jay Newland, [3] who was also the producer of her first two albums, with musicians like Larry Campbell, Ira Coleman, Charles Haynes, Youssoupha and Clarence Greenwood (Citizen Cope), George Brenner (composer) and Glenn Patscha and Sherrod Barnes (ensemble).

Contents

The first single from the album, "Fire", was released on 10 June 2013. A second version of the single featuring the Congolese-French rapper Youssoupha was released in August 2013. [4]

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. [5]

Track listing

  1. "Fire"
  2. "I'm Walking"
  3. "Teach Love"
  4. "Justice" (featuring Citizen Cope)
  5. "Fallin'"
  6. "Complain"
  7. "Who"
  8. "I Wonder"
  9. "Ticket to the World"
  10. "Hullabaloo"
  11. "Sister"
  12. "Wouldn't It Be Better"
  13. "I Need You"
  14. "Milky Way"
  15. "Sunny" (Bonus track)
  16. "Fire" (featuring Youssoupha) (Bonus track)

Charts

Chart (2013)Peak
position
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Flanders) [6] 156
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Wallonia) [7] 20
French Albums (SNEP) [8] 11
German Albums (Offizielle Top 100) [9] 76
Swiss Albums (Schweizer Hitparade) [10] 28

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