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Burna Boy – Don Gorgon

By Blustar Entertainment
18 November 2015   |   2:19 pm
Burna Boy is out with the video for his Spellz-produced single Don Gorgon. Don Gorgon is patois for ‘respected individual’. Shot in South Africa.

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