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Get Down-A-Pella

25.12.2019 JoJoran Alternative

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  1. Meztizil | 26.12.2019 at 12:14 | Reply
    Big Love label boss Seamus Haji digs through the archives to compile another essential collection of Acappellas & Tools from almost 15 years of releases. Featuring the likes of Belezamuisca, Basement Boys, ATFC, Wawa, Ed 'Gusto' Greene, Steve Mac (Rhythm Masters), Lucien Foort, Sean McCabe.
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  4. Party People (Get Down-A-Pella) Ya Underwear (Go-Go Crankin' Mix) Seamus Haji Get This! Ya Underwear (Go-Go Crankin' Mix) Work That Sucka (Tool) Get This! Big Love Acappellas & Tools One (Tool) EP & Singles. Ya Underwear (Remixes) Seamus Haji.
  5. Brashakar | 26.12.2019 at 03:39 | Reply
    Feb 26,  · Get Down; Artist Nas; Licensed to YouTube by SME (on behalf of Columbia/Legacy); BMG Rights Management (US), LLC, LatinAutor - UMPG, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., UMPG Publishing, SOLAR Music Rights.
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  7. Review: The Big Love 15 Year remixes continue with one of the the label's first releases back in , produced by Seamus Haji under his Get This! Moniker. It proved to be a highly popular track back then: with it's tongue in cheek vocal hook and infectious P-Funk groove. Vanilla Ace released a track in called "The Gee" which caught the attention of the label: they thought "Ya Underwear.
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