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Corr

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1
Muhafız
00:02:18

Corr, MainArtist - İlker Karanfil, Lyricist - Eren Kayadibi, Composer

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2
Yaratık
00:02:39

Corr, MainArtist - Onur Dinc, Lyricist - Khontkar, MainArtist - İlker Karanfil, Lyricist - Salih Berkay Coşkuntuna, Composer - Lan Panda, Producer, Arranger

2020 RedKeys Music 2020 RedKeys Music

3
Mercedes
00:03:42

Corr, MainArtist - Sinan Özen, Composer - Young Bego, MainArtist - KÖK$VL, MainArtist - Byte Beatz, Producer, Arranger - Uğur Bego, Lyricist - Eren Köksal, Lyricist - İlker Karanfil, Lyricist

2020 RedKeys Music 2020 RedKeys Music

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Arrivederci
00:03:31

Corr, MainArtist - Saber, Producer, Arranger - Metth, MainArtist - Mehmet Can Kuleyin, Lyricist - İlker Karanfil, Lyricist - Ali Taylan Petek, Composer

2020 RedKeys Music 2020 RedKeys Music

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Kır Kafaları
00:02:57

Corr, MainArtist - Onur Dinc, Lyricist - Khontkar, MainArtist - Furkan Karakılıç, Composer, Producer, Arranger - İlker Karanfil, Lyricist

2020 RedKeys Music 2020 RedKeys Music

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