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Telephone Calls

A$AP Mob

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A$AP Mob, Associated Performer, Main Artist - A$AP Rocky, Associated Performer, Featured Artist - Tyler, The Creator, Associated Performer, Featured Artist - Playboi Carti, Associated Performer, Featured Artist - Yung Gleesh, Associated Performer, Featured Artist - A$AP Mob feat. A$AP Rocky, Tyler, The Creator, Playboi Carti & Yung Gleesh, Associated Performer - N/A, Composer

(P) 2016 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

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