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Gistro Amarillo

Ozuna & Wisin

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Rome, Producer - Wisin, MainArtist - Urbani Mota Cedeño, Composer - Ozuna, MainArtist - Urba, Producer - Jorge Luis Romero, Composer - Juan Luis Moreira, Composer - Jan Carlos Ozuna Rosado, Composer - Juan Ivan Orengo, Composer - Alexis Gotay, Composer - Hyde "El Quimico", Mixer - Hi Flow, Mixer - OZUNA WORLDWIDE, MusicPublisher - Gotay Autentik Music Publishing ASCAP, MusicPublisher - adminstered by songs Of Kobalt Publishing(BMI)/Yele Publishing, MusicPublisher - Sony ATV Latin Music Publishing9BMI)/Urbani Music Publishing (ASCAP)/EVO Black Music (BMI)/YomiPubllishing (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

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