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Order Yellow Xanax Description: Anslom Nakikus is a Reggae singer from Papua New Guinea. He composes music with a mainly reggae style, but with influences on the traditional melodies of Papua New Guinea. His lyrics promote love, peace and hope among peoples. Anslom currently has seven published studio albums and is still active.
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