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Bugle, MainArtist - Shane Brown, Composer - Jahmiel, MainArtist - Roy THOMPSON, Lyricist - Jamiel Foster, Lyricist - Dylan Lowe, Composer - Kiman Burnette, Composer - An9tedent, Producer - Juke Boxx Productions, Producer

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