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Electro/Progressive House Mix vol.1 // Pioneer DDJ-RB

Cherok3y DJ setElectro/Progressive House Mix vol.1 with Pioneer DDJ - RB
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track list
Bobby Rock - Make Noise (Extended Mix)
Hardwell - Run Wild (Extended Mix)
KSHMR - Wild Card (Original Mix)
Abel Ramos & Albert Neve - Let The Bass Be Louder (Extended Mix)
Jewelz & Sparks - Drip (Original Mix)
Kastra - Lovin' This (Original Mix)
VINAI & Olly James - LIT (Original Mix)
Tujamo - Drop That Low (When I Dip) (Original Mix)
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