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Palm Reader Remixes

Hoodboi

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By Ur Side (Vindata Remix)
00:03:00

Hoodboi, MainArtist - Vindata, Remixer - Roger Schami, Composer

(C) 2015 Fool's Gold Records (P) 2015 Fool's Gold Records

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Palm Reader (Siroj Remix)
00:03:12

SirOJ, Remixer - Lido, FeaturedArtist - Hoodboi, MainArtist - Roger Schami, Composer

(C) 2015 Fool's Gold Records (P) 2015 Fool's Gold Records

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Palm Reader (Jesse Slayter Remix)
00:02:13

Jesse Slayter, Remixer - Lido, FeaturedArtist - Hoodboi, MainArtist - Roger Schami, Composer

(C) 2015 Fool's Gold Records (P) 2015 Fool's Gold Records

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Palm Reader (Treasure Fingers Remix)
00:04:29

Treasure Fingers, Remixer - Lido, FeaturedArtist - Hoodboi, MainArtist - Roger Schami, Composer

(C) 2015 Fool's Gold Records (P) 2015 Fool's Gold Records

5
Shallow (Alizzz Remix)
00:03:25

Alizzz, Remixer - Hoodboi, MainArtist - Roger Schami, Composer

(C) 2015 Fool's Gold Records (P) 2015 Fool's Gold Records

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