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Like A Pimp (feat. Stunna 4 Vegas)

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Nathan Miller, Assistant Mixer - Alex Tumay, Mixer - DJ L, Producer - Londen Buckner, Writer - Mark Glaser, Masterer - Tay Keith, Co-Producer - Christal Jerez, Assistant Mixer - Stunna 4 Vegas, FeaturedArtist - Khalick Caldwell, Writer - Lil Zay Osama, Lead Vocals, MainArtist - Isaiah Dukes, Writer

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