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The Copan Connection: Bixiga 70 Meets Victor Rice

Victor Rice

  • Released on 4/17/16 by Glitterbeat Records
  • Main artist: Victor Rice
  • Genre: World
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The Copan Connection: Bixiga 70 Meets Victor Rice

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100% (Victor Rice Dub) 00:04:06

Bixiga 70, Composer, MainArtist

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Mil Vidas (Victor Rice Dub) 00:05:16

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Machado (Victor Rice Dub) 00:05:01

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Jimmy (Victor Rice Dub) 00:04:17

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Lembe (Victor Rice Dub) 00:03:26

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Niran (Victor Rice Dub) 00:04:33

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Ventania (Victor Rice Dub) 00:05:29

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