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Prince Royce|Lao' a Lao'  (Bachata 2.0)

Lao' a Lao' (Bachata 2.0)

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George Noriega, Composer, Lyricist - Daniel Luna, Guiro - Prince Royce, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Colin Leonard, Mastering Engineer - Angel Vasquez, Congas - Raul Bier, Bongos - Javier Franco, Guitar - Alejandro M. Reglero, A&R Director - D'Lesly "Dice" Lora, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Chris Mercedes, Bass - Walter Kolm, Executive Producer - Miguel Munoz, Composer, Lyricist - Carlos A. Molina, Recording Engineer - Edwin Velásquez, Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer - Giovanny Andrés Fernandez Manzur, Composer, Lyricist - Mayra del Valle, A&R Coordinator - Gaby Herrera, Executive Producer - Geoffrey "Royce" Rojas, Composer, Lyricist, Co-Producer, Executive Producer

(P) 2021 Smiling Prince Music, Inc. under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment US Latin LLC

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