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(c)Copyright - Sonicology srp000917002

by Peachie Queen & Alex Murphy

Firey Latin / Hip-Hop track with female rapper and melodic R&B vocal backgrounds.

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Latin Rap

Release Date: 2017

File Type: 44.1k 16-Bit Wav File

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