About Elliott Wan
Today we sit down to rock it with Elliott Wan from Hong Kong! Elliott is a 17 year-old rock musician from Hong Kong. Recently released a 4-track EP, which genre spans from pop punk to alt rock to ballads.
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Title: Wonderland (192kbps MP3)
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