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Jaycen Joshua, Mixer - Chris Athens, Masterer - Daniel Tannenbaum, Writer - Frank Dukes, Producer - Adam King Feeney, Writer - Craig Balmoris, Producer, Writer - The Donuts, Producer - Bekon, Producer, Strings - Sergiu Adrian Gherman, Writer - Rich Brian, MainArtist - Jacob Richards, Assistant Mixer - Mike Seaberg, Assistant Mixer - Sean Miyashiro, Writer - DJ Riggins, Assistant Mixer - Brian Imanuel, Producer, Executive Producer, Writer - Juan Peña, Engineer - Nate Eaton, Engineer, Recorded by - Bekon & The Donuts, Producer - Tyler Reese Mehlenbacher, Writer

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