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Shy One|From The Floor To The Booth

From The Floor To The Booth

Shy One

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Be as One (feat. Simeon Jones)
00:04:47

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Shy One, MainArtist - Simeon Jones, FeaturedArtist - Mali Larrington-Nelson, Composer - Oscar Jerome Laurence, Composer - Joseph Gabriel Darius Armon-Jones, Composer - Simeon Lloyd Jones, Composer - Fred-Arnold N'thepe, Composer

2022 Eglo Records 2022 Eglo Records

2
Scorpio Sun
00:05:46

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Samuel Crowe, Composer - Shy One, MainArtist - Mali Larrington-Nelson, Composer

2022 Eglo Records 2022 Eglo Records

3
B*tch U Better
00:04:59

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Samuel Crowe, Composer - Shy One, MainArtist - Mali Larrington-Nelson, Composer

2022 Eglo Records 2022 Eglo Records

4
Bird Bop
00:04:40

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Shy One, MainArtist - Mali Larrington-Nelson, Composer

2022 Eglo Records 2022 Eglo Records

5
Stoned Alone
00:03:26

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Shy One, MainArtist - Mali Larrington-Nelson, Composer

2022 Eglo Records 2022 Eglo Records

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