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Bob Sinclar - Til The Sun Rise Up (feat. Akon) [FTampa & Mark Ursa Remix]
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Til The Sun Rise Up (feat. Akon) [FTampa & Mark Ursa Remix]
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Bob Sinclar, MainArtist - C. Le Friant, Writer - Akon, FeaturedArtist - FTampa, Remixer - C. Edwards, Writer - Mark Ursa, Remixer - B. Devleeschouwer, Writer - C. Edwards aka DEMARCO, Writer - A. Thiam aka AKON, Writer
© 2018 Yellow Productions, under exclusive license to Atlantic Recording Corporation ℗ 2018 Yellow Productions, under exclusive license to Atlantic Recording Corporation
About the album
- 1 disc(s) - 1 track(s)
- Total length: 00:03:45
- Main artist: Bob Sinclar
- Label: Big Beat Records
- Genre: Electronic Dance
16-Bit CD Quality 44.1 kHz - Stereo
© 2018 Yellow Productions, under exclusive license to Atlantic Recording Corporation ℗ 2018 Yellow Productions, under exclusive license to Atlantic Recording CorporationImprove this page
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