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Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Nelly Furtado released "Loose," her third studio album, in 2006 and quickly proved successful. The Canadian-Portuguese singer-songwriter celebrates the 15th anniversary of her Grammy-nominated and RIAA-certified double-platinum album by releasing a digital-only expanded edition which includes additional 12 rare remixes and bonus tracks, many previously unavailable. "Loose" (Expanded Edition) further illuminates the attitude, vibe and creativity that captured the hearts of fans and critics alike. Among the rarities and bonus material on Loose are a version of "Do It" feat. Missy Elliott, Spanish versions of "All Good Things (Come To An End)," "In God's Hands," and "Te Busque" feat. Besides several remixed tracks, Juanes spawned eight singles, including Furtado's first No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 hit, "Promiscuous" featuring Timbaland, which topped the charts just weeks after the album's original release, has also seen tremendous activity on social media this year, with fans creating over 2 million short-form videos, including mashups with other hit songs and dance videos and remixes with other trending sounds, among others.

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