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Aurélie Neuville, Composer, FeaturedArtist - 3ème Class, MainArtist - Jérémy Perdrizet, Composer - Romain Coste, Composer - Romain Cottet-Dumoulin, Composer - Thomas Neron, Composer - Xavier Le Gouix, MixingEngineer - Hocine Koob, FeaturedArtist - Get Your Crew, Producer - Sil Hocine, Composer

2021 Khanti Records under exclusive license to Get Your Crew 2021 Khanti Records under exclusive license to Get Your Crew

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