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Magic Juan|Pásame la Botella

Pásame la Botella

Magic Juan, Toño Rosario & Shelow Shaq

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Pásame la Botella

Toño Rosario, MainArtist - J. Wilson, Composer - Magic Juan, Producer, MainArtist - Martin Machore, Composer - MATETRAXX, Producer - Remil Renna, Composer - Shelow Shaq, MainArtist - Jose Luis Peralta Guzman, Composer - Romil Renna, Composer - Lenny 357, Producer - Gabriel Alexander Gomez Escoto, Composer - Omerta Music, MusicPublisher - Maximo A. Del Rosario, Composer - Ivan Luis Chevere, Composer - Universal MGB Music OBO Nayo International, MusicPublisher - Mayimba Music OBO Mara Rosario, MusicPublisher - Eury Matos Publishing Company, MusicPublisher

(C) 2021 Omerta Music Group (P) 2021 Omerta Music Group

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