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Verbo Flow|Tigueron

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Verbo Flow, Haraca Kiko and Dj Patio Feat Liro Shaq, Tivi Gunz and La Chipa de ete Lao

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Stivi Randy Alvarez Paredes, Composer - Tivi Gunz, FeaturedArtist - Liro Shaq, FeaturedArtist - Starlin Paulino, Lyricist - DJ Patio, MainArtist - Aparataje Music Group AC, MusicPublisher - Haraca Kiko, MainArtist - Verbo Flow, MainArtist - ALFREDO JIMENEZ PEREZ, Producer - BBcrMusic, MusicPublisher - Javy Joel Corona, Producer - La Chipa de ete Lao, FeaturedArtist - SOCIO RECORDS MUSIC RD, MusicPublisher - EL MATATAN, MusicPublisher - ALEXANDER REYES AQUINO, Composer - Elvis Abreu, Lyricist

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