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J AVALANCHE RELEASES ‘BACK 2 THE MONEY’ REMIX FEATURING YUNGEN & TINIE TEMPAH

When drawing for the top names in the UK Rap scene you can guarantee J Avalanche will be mentioned. Previous mixtapes such as his Snow Season collection have featured every major rapper from the UK, highlighting his leverage in the game.

Returning recently with ‘Back 2 The Money’, the debut from a new collection of music which premiered on Link Up TV (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-bBaex2Lv94), he brings the never ending dope sh!t by teaming up with Yungen and Tinie Tempah for the remix. Premiering with DJ Charlie Sloth on BBC Radio 1Xtra and subsequently chosen as his record of the week, the record sees Avalanche soar even further in to the Raposphere.

 “’I’ve been doing this for a minute now, this song was the start of the whole project and helped me find my wave again… Nows the time, no more games!’ – J Avalanche

Taken from his forthcoming E.P, which is set to release on Sound Transition and contain further surprises when it comes to the features, the collection will highlight why J Avalanche is a mainstay in the UK Rap.

J AVALANCHE – BACK TO THE MONEY REMIX FT. YUNGEN & TINIE TEMPAH

https://soundcloud.com/mixtapemadnessuk/premiere-j-avalanche-back-to-the-money-remixft-yungen-tinie-tempah

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rb9SXngyV1Q

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