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Laure Courtellemont Ragga Jam Dancehall - NEVER BELIEVE YOU

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Uploaded on Oct 16, 2011

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Laure Courtellemont Ragga jam class in Paris @Juste Debout School. Song: Never Believe You, Artist: Mavado.
videos from Karism Pictures and Little Shao
Thanks to all dancers and Brice Fortune for assisting, Dante, Mo', Mehdi Kerkouche, Serge, Blazin Dance Crew, people from Russia
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