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Tell Somebody (Phil N Good Remix)

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Ed Mitchell, Tenor Saxophone - Terrance Coles, Composer, Lyricist - Marco Bernardis, Tenor Saxophone - Brian Todd Collins, Composer, Lyricist - Kid Ink, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Phil N Good, Re-Mixer - Chris Wintermeyer, Trumpet - Dez Wright, Producer - Dylan Cleary-Krell, Composer, Lyricist - Holly Madge, Drums, Percussion - Time Ower, Alto Saxophone - Darkart, Mastering Engineer

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