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Album: Que Que Remixes (feat. Maluca) - EP

Artist: Dillon Francis & Diplo

  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 2011
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 5

  • Copyright: ℗ Mad Decent Protocol

Tracklist For Que Que Remixes (feat. Maluca) - EP By Artist Dillon Francis & Diplo

Title Artist Time
1
Que Que Dillon Francis, Diplo & Maluca 4:30 USD 0.99
2
Que Que (Alvaro Remix) Dillon Francis, Diplo & Maluca 3:55 USD 0.99
3
Que Que (Torro Torro Remix) Dillon Francis, Diplo & Maluca 4:22 USD 0.99
4
Que Que (Toy Selectah Remix) Dillon Francis, Diplo & Maluca 4:50 USD 0.99
5
Que Que (Mahesa Utara & Dipha Dillon Francis, Diplo & Maluca 4:22 USD 0.99

Reviews For Que Que Remixes (feat. Maluca) - EP By Artist Dillon Francis & Diplo

  • Muy Bonita!!!

    5
    By DJDoGO
    VvV
  • Pretty Kool

    4
    By ESE45
    WANT A BE Tribal though
  • DOPENESS INDEED!!!

    5
    By Follow me @Dj_Eskuche Twitter
    This chiick is SUPER DOPE!!!! Big up'
  • Soo addicting!

    5
    By Prettyinmurdoc
    This is equally addicting to when u take a potato chip outta the bag...you gotta reach in for more!!! Moombahton > dubstep hands down!!!!
  • MOOMBATON

    5
    By Bené Buscapé
    Watch out for this stuff. it's going to take over EDM this year like dubstep did last year
  • Pinch

    3
    By Phelr
    Exxelennnteee

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