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I Want More / Break My Baby


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I Want More

David Campbell, String Arranger - Suzie Katayama, Conductor - Ruby Amanfu, Background Vocals - Jeremy Lister, Background Vocals - Ted Jensen, Masterer - DAVID DAVIDSON, Additional Strings - Sam Levine, Flute, Saxophone - STEVE Churchyard, Assistant Engineer - Jennifer Kummer, French Horn - Barry Green, Euphonium, Trombone - Josefina Vergara, Violin - Mario DeLeon, Violin - Sara Parkins, Violin - Alyssa Park, Violin - Serena McKinney, Violin - Dane Little, Cello - Songa Lee, Violin - Michele Richards, Violin - Robert Brophy, Viola - Arnar Gudjonsson, Assistant Engineer - Luke Maurer, Viola - Jacob Braun, Cello - Kaleo, MainArtist - Eddie Spear, Mixer, Engineer - David Antonsson, Drums, Background Vocals - Rubin Pollock, Guitar - Daníel Kristjánsson, Bass - Teresa Stanislav, Violin - Jesse Naus, Assistant Engineer - Jeff Fitzpatrick, Assistant Engineer - Zack Pancoast, Assistant Engineer - Ira Grylack, Assistant Engineer - Valdimar Kolbeinn Sigurjónsson, Upright Bass - Joe Pasarrelli, Engineer, Sound Effects (SFX) - Hazel Kalmick, Additional Background Vocals - JJ Julius Son, Producer, Guitar, Percussion, Piano, Lead Vocals, Writer, Background Vocals, Whistle, Programming - Keith Quinn, Assistant Engineer

© 2020 Elektra Records LLC/Atlantic Recording Corporation ℗ 2020 Elektra Records LLC/Atlantic Recording Corporation

Break My Baby

Mike Elizondo, Producer - Shannon Sanders, Choir, Chorus Arranger, Chorus Conductor - Adam Hawkins, Mixer - Brent Arrowood, Engineer - Ted Jensen, Masterer - Edward Reyes, Keyboards, Programming - Dave Cobb, Percussion - CHRIS TAYLOR, Assistant Engineer - Kaleo, MainArtist - Eddie Spear, Engineer - Alonzo Lazaro, Assistant Engineer - David Antonsson, Drums, Percussion - Rubin Pollock, Guitar - Daníel Kristjánsson, Bass - Zack Pancoast, Engineer - JJ Julius Son, Guitar, Piano, Co-Producer, Lead Vocals, Writer, Background Vocals - Cameron Walls, Choir - George Hardimon, Choir - Moses Mosely, Choir

© 2020 Elektra Records LLC/Atlantic Recording Corporation ℗ 2020 Elektra Records LLC/Atlantic Recording Corporation

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