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Moh! Kouyaté - Sêwa (feat. Sekouba Bambino Diabaté, Petit Kandia, Phaduba)
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Sêwa (feat. Sekouba Bambino Diabaté, Petit Kandia, Phaduba)
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Moh Kouyaté, Composer, Author - Petit Kandia, FeaturedArtist - Phaduba, FeaturedArtist - Moh! Kouyaté, Artist, MainArtist - Sékouba Bambino Diabaté, Author, FeaturedArtist
2020 Foli Son Productions 2020 Foli Son Productions
About the album
- 1 disc(s) - 1 track(s)
- Total length: 00:04:22
- Main artist: Moh! Kouyaté
- Composer: Moh! Kouyaté
- Label: Foli Son
- Genre: World
- 24-Bit 44.1 kHz - Stereo
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