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Orquesta Akokán|4 de Octubre

4 de Octubre

Orquesta Akokán featuring Pedro “Tata” Francisco Almeida Barriel

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4 de Octubre (feat. Pedro 'Tata' Francisco Almeida Barriel)
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Orquesta Akokán, MainArtist - AFRO-SON Daptone Songs (BMI), MusicPublisher - Pedro “Tata” Francisco Almeida Barriel, FeaturedArtist - Jose Gomez, Michael Eckroth, Jacob Plasse, Pedro Martinez, Composer

2020 Daptone Records 2020 AFRO-SON Daptone Songs (BMI)

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