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Julia Michaels - Slumber Party (Britney Spears demo)

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2 hours ago, Plastic Heart said:

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This demo of Slumber Party that leaked is poppier than Britney's version which has a reggae/R&B twist to it. I still enjoy it though.

 

4 minutes ago, Countess said:

Is it this version? If so, I'm pretty sure it was posted when it was first leaked last year.

 

Is this the same one you were thinking of countess? 

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On 2/5/2018 at 6:31 PM, Whoknowsmehere said:

 

Is this the same one you were thinking of countess? 

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It sure was, good find! ;) 

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