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ONE VIBE A WEEK #SPRING

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1
This Morning (OVAW#01)
00:03:03

Devi Reed, MainArtist - Samuel De Zaldua, Composer - Clement Bouyer, Composer

2019 Wily Records 2019 Wily Records

2
Let's go (OVAW#02)
00:03:15

Devi Reed, MainArtist - Samuel De Zaldua, Composer - DTox, FeaturedArtist - Clement Bouyer, Composer

2019 Wily Records 2019 Wily Records

3
High Tide (OVAW#03)
00:02:40

Devi Reed, MainArtist - Samuel De Zaldua, Composer - Clement Bouyer, Composer

2019 Wily Records 2019 Wily Records

4
Rebel (OVAW#04)
00:02:25

Devi Reed, MainArtist - Samuel De Zaldua, Composer - Clement Bouyer, Composer

2019 Wily Records 2019 Wily Records

5
Ready (OVAW#05)
00:02:50

Devi Reed, MainArtist - Samuel De Zaldua, Composer - Clement Bouyer, Composer

2019 Wily Records 2019 Wily Records

6
So Warm (OVAW#06)
00:02:21

Devi Reed, MainArtist - Samuel De Zaldua, Composer - Clement Bouyer, Composer

2019 Wily Records 2019 Wily Records

7
Quiet Mind (OVAW#07)
00:02:48

Devi Reed, MainArtist - Samuel De Zaldua, Composer - Clement Bouyer, Composer

2019 Wily Records 2019 Wily Records

8
Jump Over (OVAW#08)
00:03:34

Devi Reed, MainArtist - Samuel De Zaldua, Composer - Clement Bouyer, Composer - Myasara, FeaturedArtist

2019 Wily Records 2019 Wily Records

9
Sweet Gal (OVAW#09)
00:02:44

Devi Reed, MainArtist - Samuel De Zaldua, Composer - Clement Bouyer, Composer

2019 Wily Records 2019 Wily Records

10
Get on board (OVAW#10)
00:03:03

Devi Reed, MainArtist - Samuel De Zaldua, Composer - Clement Bouyer, Composer

2019 Wily Records 2019 Wily Records

11
Tomorrow (OVAW#11)
00:03:24

Devi Reed, MainArtist - Samuel De Zaldua, Composer - Clement Bouyer, Composer

2019 Wily Records 2019 Wily Records

12
BYE BYE (OVAW#12)
00:02:47

Alerta Kamarada, FeaturedArtist - Devi Reed, MainArtist - Samuel De Zaldua, Composer - Clement Bouyer, Composer

2019 Wily Records 2019 Wily Records

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