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1
Tell Ya Mama Nem
00:03:20

Corey Henry, MainArtist

Louisiana Red Hot Records Louisiana Red Hot Records

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Treme Lyfe
00:04:18

Corey Henry, MainArtist

Louisiana Red Hot Records Louisiana Red Hot Records

3
Baby C'mon (feat. Cole Williams)
00:04:36

Corey Henry, MainArtist

Louisiana Red Hot Records Louisiana Red Hot Records

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Candlelight Suite
00:05:41

Corey Henry, MainArtist

Louisiana Red Hot Records Louisiana Red Hot Records

5
Keep Steppin
00:03:28

Corey Henry, MainArtist

Louisiana Red Hot Records Louisiana Red Hot Records

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Muddy Waters
00:04:48

Corey Henry, MainArtist

Louisiana Red Hot Records Louisiana Red Hot Records

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Get Funky
00:03:49

Corey Henry, MainArtist

Louisiana Red Hot Records Louisiana Red Hot Records

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Feeling Tremazin
00:04:15

Corey Henry, MainArtist

Louisiana Red Hot Records Louisiana Red Hot Records

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We Got the Funk (feat. Angelika Joseph)
00:03:29

Corey Henry, MainArtist

Louisiana Red Hot Records Louisiana Red Hot Records

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