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Discography

Adel
2018, January. Choklad [Chocolate] [music video]. Fivestar Records and Virgin Miri. Retrieved from https://​www​.youtube​.com​/watch​?v​=q4DpscNK28I
Jireel
2016, September. Cataleya [music video]. Retrieved from https://​www​.youtube​.com​/watch​?v​=k​_nTibAFxk0
Joel Fungz, Ibbe, Chris o Fada, Michel Dida & Ille FreeWay
2018, March. Nia Remix [Niner Remix] [music video]. Retrieved from https://​www​.youtube​.com​/watch​?v​=7wOyv1LeS88
Macky & Thrife
2017, August. Foten pågasen [Foot on the gas] [music video]. Retrieved from https://​www​.youtube​.com​/watch​?v​=BpJTBaDcqss
Pyramids, Jireel, Pato Pooh & Lamix
2017], June. Jet Jet [music video]. Retrieved from https://​www​.youtube​.com​/watch​?v​=D8wrErl5BYE
Showit
2018, July. Main Chick [music video]. Retrieved from https://​www​.youtube​.com​/watch​?v​=TAlxWPTtT​-c
Yasin Byn
2015, June. Vart än jag går [Wherever I go] [music video]. Retrieved from https://​www​.youtube​.com​/watch​?v​=HZ4rcpktB30
Z.e.
2016, May. Trampar nu på deras tår [Stepping now on their toes] [music video]. Retrieved from https://​www​.youtube​.com​/watch​?v​=j03iXDWbs4E
Z.e, & Jiggz
2018, November. Sverige vet [Sweden knows] [music video]. Retrieved from https://​youtu​.be​/P1K4wfpVVRM