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Tap In (feat. Post Malone, DaBaby & Jack Harlow)

Craig Love, Writer - Jonathan Smith, Writer - LaMarquis Jefferson, Writer - Todd Shaw, Writer - Theron Thomas, Writer - Lukasz Gottwald, Writer - James Phillips, Writer - Clint Gibbs, Mixer - Louis Bell, Writer - Dr. Luke for Prescription Songs, Producer - Dale Becker, Masterer - Austin Post, Writer - Post Malone, Vocals, FeaturedArtist - Tyler Sheppard, Assistant Engineer - Kalani Thompson, Engineer, Vocal Production - Gamal Lunchmoney Lewis, Writer - Danielle Alvarez, Production Coordinator - Jack Harlow, Vocals, FeaturedArtist - Saweetie, Vocals, MainArtist - Diamonté Harper, Writer - DaBaby, Vocals, FeaturedArtist - Seth Ringo, Assistant Engineer - Jonathan Lyndale Kirk, Writer - Jackman Thomas Harlow, Writer

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