Jodi Teri Meri | Official Video | Jassi Gill | Desi Crew | Latest Song 2018 | Speed Records - YoutubeRandom

Jodi Teri Meri | Official Video | Jassi Gill | Desi Crew | Latest Song 2018 | Speed Records

Song - Jodi Teri Meri
Singer - Jassie Gill feat Kirandeep Kaur
Music - Desi Crew
Lyrics - Narinder Batth
Video By - Tru Makers
DOP - Gagan Randhawa
Mix and Mastered - Sameer Charegaonkar
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Producer – Balvinder Singh (Ruby)
Facebook Promotion - GK Digital
Label - Speed Records

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