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Mp3 Cover Page - Type Of Guy

  • Performer: Cover Page
  • Album: Type Of Guy
  • Label: ND/Goff Records
  • Catalog #: 737
  • MP3: 1012 mb | FLAC: 2183 mb
  • Released: 1991
  • Country: US
  • Style: New Jack Swing
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 180
  • Category: Hip-Hop & Rap / Funk
Mp3 Cover Page - Type Of Guy


1Type Of Guy (L.P. Version)4:42
2You Belong With Me4:40
3Type Of Guy (Rap Version)5:05
4Type Of Guy4:16


  • ProducerIvan Goff



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