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Album: Free People (feat. Martha Wash) [Volume 1]

Artist: Tony Moran

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2015
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • Copyright: ℗ 2015 Radikal Records / Sugar House

Tracklist For Free People (feat. Martha Wash) [Volume 1] By Artist Tony Moran

Title Artist Time
Free People (Tony Moran & Warr Tony Moran 4:49 USD 0.99
Free People (Giuseppe D. Remix Tony Moran 3:18 USD 0.99
Free People (Cruelty Remix Edi Tony Moran 4:25 USD 0.99
Free People (Tony Moran & Warr Tony Moran 7:41 USD 0.99
Free People (Victor Dinaire & Tony Moran 7:37 USD 0.99
Free People (Giuseppe D. Remix Tony Moran 6:31 USD 0.99
Free People (Antony Reale & Fu Tony Moran 7:01 USD 0.99
Free People (Cruelty Remix) Tony Moran 5:48 USD 0.99
Free People (Splashfunk, Laera Tony Moran 6:00 USD 0.99
Free People (Yinon Yahel Remix Tony Moran 6:11 USD 0.99
Free People (The Noise Makers Tony Moran 5:36 USD 0.99
Free People (Rene Ablaze Remix Tony Moran 7:49 USD 0.99

Reviews For Free People (feat. Martha Wash) [Volume 1] By Artist Tony Moran

  • Perfection

    By MalePerfection
    Love Martha Wash's vocal. Tony delivers another dance anthem. Sex Medley I t u n e s
  • He does no wrong

    By Chrisalmost30
    The Yinon Yahel remix is everything.
  • Go Martha Wash

    By FrancoV
    Wow!!! Free People (Antoney Really & Funky) mix is the best remix. I am loving this.

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