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DJ Spinna visiting the Superfly Records Paris store



DJ Spinna at the Superfly Records store

Our two first weeks of activity have been great, and many friends and DJs have already come to visit the store in Paris, including DJ Spinna, Soulist, Betino, Psycut, Professor Oz and a few others...

DJ Spinna
DJ Spinna checking the Afro racks

DJ Soulist
DJ Soulist listening to some funky LP

DJ Psycut
DJ Psycut checking the Afro LPs

Betino
Betino buying a Dee Dee Bridgewater LP

Professor Oz
Professor Oz with Nelo and the family
Djouls

Djouls

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