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I Don't Think You're Ready

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J. Valentine, Executive Producer - Johnnie Newt, Writer - Jaycen Joshua, Mixer - Tank, MainArtist - Colin Leonard, Masterer - Durrell "Tank" Babbs, Executive Producer, Writer - Ruben Rivera, Recorded by - Micah Powell, Writer - IDK, Producer - Frederik Scharff, Composer - Frank "Nitty" Brim, Writer - Jacob Richards, Assistant Mixer - Rashawn McLean, Assistant Mixer - Mike Seaberg, Assistant Mixer - Joya Nemley, A&R Administration - Jordan Pegee, Composer

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