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DBP   (Canada)

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Added : 14/07/2012
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I Wanna Be With You
Come On And Dance
96 1997

 

DBP singles

I Wanna Be With You I Wanna Be With You (feat. Mary Me)  
Come On And Dance Come On And Dance (Feat. Dogg Bone & AZ-U-R) 1997  

 

 



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DBP biography

D.B.P. meant "Dogg Bone Production". Come On And Dance featured AZ-U-R and Dogg Bone. It was produced, arranged and programmed by Dogg Bone, produced, edited and mixed by T.H.M. at Cherry Production studio in Montreal, and released in Mexico under label Peerless. I Wanna Be With You featured Mary Me. Maybe it's the same project, maybe not.

Thanks to aldo

DBP biography was last updated Thu, July 18th 2019

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