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Assagai

Assagai

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1
Telephone Girl
00:03:35

J. Field, Composer - A. Duhig, Composer - Assagai, MainArtist - G. Harvard, Composer

2014 ODL 2014 Julkit Music

2
Akasa
00:04:20

Assagai, MainArtist - C. Ononogbo, Composer - F. Coker, Composer

2014 ODL 2014 Golden City Music

3
Hey Jude
00:03:50

P. McCartney, Composer - J. Lennon, Composer - Assagai, MainArtist

2014 ODL 2014 Northern Songs

4
Cocoa
00:04:09

Assagai, MainArtist - F. Coker, Composer

2014 ODL 2014 Golden City Music

5
Irin Ajolawa
00:04:25

A. Duhig, Composer - Assagai, MainArtist - F. Coker, Composer

2014 ODL 2014 Julkit Music / Golden City Music

6
Ayieo
00:05:14

Assagai, MainArtist - F. Coker, Composer

2014 ODL 2014 Julkit Music

7
Beka
00:04:07

Assagai, MainArtist - D. Pukwana, Composer

2014 ODL 2014 Warlock Music

8
I'll Wait For You
00:02:20

Assagai, MainArtist - F. Coker, Composer

2014 ODL 2014 Golden City Music

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