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Pa'lla Voy (Africando)

Marc Anthony

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Ozzie Melendez, Trombone - Adam Ayan, Mastering Engineer - SERGIO GEORGE, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, Keyboards, Piano, Background Vocal - Robert Vilera, Percussion, Timbales - Ruben Rodriguez, Bass - Marc Anthony, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - William DuVall, Background Vocal - Guianko Gomez, Background Vocal - Gerardo Rodriguez, Trumpet - Bayron Ramos, Trombone - Motiff, Keyboards, Co-Producer, Other - Victor Vázquez, Trombone - William "Kachiro" Thompson, Congas - Nick Valentin, Assistant Engineer - Juan Mario Aracil "Mayito", Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer - Daniel Escobar, Assistant Engineer - Papa Serigne Seck, Composer, Lyricist - Mayra del Valle, A&R Coordinator - Devin Ortiz, Assistant Engineer - Alvaro Lenier Mesa, Composer, Lyricist - Izzy De Jesús, A&R Director - Marco Antonio Muñiz p/k/a "Marc Anthony", Composer, Lyricist - Luis Manuel "Manolito" Rodríguez, Bells, Bongos, Guiro, Maracas

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