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Wys Jou Vleis

JAN JAN JAN

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Wys jou Vleis
00:03:13

Dirk van Niekerk, Producer - Stephan Hugo, Composer, Lyricist - Dylan Emslie, Other - JAN JAN JAN, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - H. Masser, Composer, Lyricist - Henre Masser, Producer - Riaan Van Wyk, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - JT Ferreira, Producer - John Masser, Drums, Guitar, Keyboards, Background Vocal - Riaan Venter, Vocal - Heinrich Rautenbach, Vocal - Jaco Pitzer, Vocal

(P) 2019 Boerboel Wear (Pty) Ltd - Licensed courtesy of Boerboel Wear (Pty) Ltd

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Wys jou Vleis (Boerboel Remix)
00:03:40

Dirk van Niekerk, Producer, Keyboards - Stephan Hugo, Composer, Lyricist - JAN JAN JAN, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - H. Masser, Composer, Lyricist - Henre Masser, Producer - Riaan Van Wyk, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - JT Ferreira, Producer - Riaan Venter, Vocal - Heinrich Rautenbach, Vocal - Jaco Pitzer, Vocal

(P) 2019 South Africa - Sony Music Entertainment Africa (Pty) Ltd, under exclusive licence from Boerboel Wear (Pty) Ltd

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