Presenting latest song of 2017 "Radio" sung by Brown Gal, King Kazi, Viruss. The lyrics and music of this new song of 2017 is given by Ullumanati.
Get it on iTunes - http://bit.ly/Radio-iTunes
Also, Stream it on
Hungama : http://bit.ly/Radio-Hungama
Saavn : http://bit.ly/Radio-Saavn
Gaana : http://bit.ly/Radio-Gaana
Apple Music : http://bit.ly/Radio-Apple-Music
Google Play : http://bit.ly/Radio-Google-Play
For Caller Tunes :
Radio - http://bit.ly/2pGUWXt
Aa Gayi - Radio - http://bit.ly/2C02dHx
Jan Heet Mein - Radio - http://bit.ly/2pGVfBB
Once More - Radio - http://bit.ly/2Cdqqtl
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Set "Jan Heet Mein - Radio" as your caller tune - sms RDIO3 To 54646
Set "Once More - Radio" as your caller tune - sms RDIO4 To 54646
Singer: Brown Gal, King Kazi, Viruss
Video: Team DG
Producer: Anup Kumar
Music Label: T-Series
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2. Aa Gayi - Radio
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3. Jan Heet Mein - Radio
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4.Once More - Radio
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"RADIO SONGS 2017" "NEW SONGS 2017" "BROWN GAL SONGS" "New Song 2017"
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