Rudimental x Major Lazer Let Me Live (feat. Anne-Marie & Mr Eazi)

Let Me Live (feat. Anne-Marie & Mr Eazi)

Rudimental x Major Lazer

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Released on June 15, 2018 by Atlantic Records UK

Main artist: Rudimental

Genre: Electro > Dance

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Album : 1 disk - 1 track Total length : 00:03:25

  1. 1 Let Me Live (feat. Anne-Marie & Mr Eazi)

    Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Backing Vocals - Fabian Lenssen, Mixer - Harry Brown, Trombone - Stuart Hawkes, Masterer - Thomas Wesley Pentz, Composer - Major Lazer, Producer, MainArtist - Philip Meckseper, Composer - Mark Crown, Trumpet - Rudimental, Producer, MainArtist - Amir Amor, Composer, Guitar, Drum Programmer - kesi dryden, Composer, Keyboards, Bass - piers aggett, Composer, Piano, Synthesizer - Leon Rolle, Composer, Keyboards, Percussion - Jasper Helderman, Composer - Anne-Marie, Composer, FeaturedArtist - Steven Weston, Engineer - Taurean Antoine-Chager, Saxophone - Bas van Daalen, Composer - Mr Eazi, FeaturedArtist - Oluwatosin Oluwole Ajibade, Composer - Conor Bellis, Assistant Engineer Copyright : 2018 Asylum Records UK, a division of Atlantic Records UK. A Warner Music Group company 2018 Asylum Records UK, a division of Atlantic Records UK. A Warner Music Group company

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