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A Forgotten Spot (Olvidado)

Lin-Manuel Miranda, Zion y Lennox, De La Ghetto, Ivy Queen, PJ Sin Suela, Lucecita Benitez

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A Forgotten Spot (Olvidado)

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Ivy Queen, MainArtist - Alberto Carrión, Writer - Lucecita Benitez, MainArtist - De La Ghetto, MainArtist - Gabriel Pizarro, Writer - Felix Ortiz, Writer - Chris Gehringer, Masterer - Leo Genovese, Accordion - Lin-Manuel Miranda, Writer, MainArtist - Zion Y Lennox, MainArtist - Daniel Diaz, Percussion - Martha Pesante, Writer - Trooko, Producer, Programmer, Synthesizer - Jeffrey Penalva, Writer - Luisito, Recorded by - PJ Sin Suela, MainArtist - Pablo Christian Fuentes, Writer - Rafael Castillo Torres, Writer - Pedro-Juan Vazquez Bragan, Writer

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