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I Can Feel It 00:05:26

Josh Legg, Producer, Writer - Goldroom, MainArtist - Fabian Ordorica, Producer, Writer - Alexa Lusader, Writer - Love, Alexa, FeaturedArtist

2019 Goldroom, under exclusive license to Downtown Records 2019 Goldroom, under exclusive license to Downtown Records

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U 00:05:14

Josh Legg, Producer, Writer - Goldroom, MainArtist - Fabian Ordorica, Producer, Writer - Chela, FeaturedArtist - Chelsea Wheatley, Writer

2019 Goldroom, under exclusive license to Downtown Records 2019 Goldroom, under exclusive license to Downtown Records

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Yellow Flowers 00:05:26

Ryland Blackinton, Producer, Writer - Josh Legg, Producer, Writer - Goldroom, MainArtist - Mereki, FeaturedArtist - Mereki Beach, Writer

2019 Goldroom, under exclusive license to Downtown Records 2019 Goldroom, under exclusive license to Downtown Records

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