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Joe Boy announces favorite song on new album

By GuardianLife
04 February 2021   |   11:27 am
Have you listened to Joe Boyofficial's debut album Somewhere Between Beauty & Magic? In this chat with The Guardian Life, he reveals his favorite track off SBBM, do you agree with him?

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