YUNG6IX, X, AKEN - AGAIN DA REMIX

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yung6ix and Aken kick off on a Reflex motion Hit
Over the years in Lagos this was "AKEN first Reflex with yung6ix" #SWAGGALOMOR vs #STARLOMOR They both collaborate holding a heavy positive energetic force on the music, in titled "AGAIN" flowing with a natural sexually lyrics you all need too feel the amazing attitude poses by the King of the south and the Prince of the south, they are both the best English rappers forever recognizes in the south side of Nigeria
AKEN was glad too jump on the beat of 'AGAIN' cause it was the only way of saying sorry for the wait Too his Fans and supporters over "LOCK DOWN" Project that fails too drop September, as it is push too October
cause his bringing out the best only in his BBT The "Billionaire before thirty da mixtape" album project.

Easy your mind Click the Download button below too Download, Listen and be blessed by Yung6ix x Aken "AGAIN" da reflex remix, Mixed by Id_cleff, Enjoy as you do not fail too share too your love ones


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