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follow link Author: lovebandit
Posted: Dec 16 2013 - 12:12 AM
Subject: Name of this instrumental-clip?

I've searched over and over on the www but couldn't find anything about it.

I just heard this one on TV yesterday during a show in the background and it sounded familar to me, since I've heard this one before on a mixtape track from a rapper years ago.

I really have no clue what it is or where it's from...must be from the 80s or 90s.

I really would appreciate it, if anyone could name me this tune.
song clip.mp3
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