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Audio: Jumping Back Slash 'Running Back Part Two' [Exclusive Stream]


Cape Town via London producer Jumping Back Slash is prepping the digital release of JBS001, the first output of his new imprint Afrotroniks. The double A-side will feature "Running Back Part Two" and "Holding On." The former, up for exclusive full stream below, is an alluring deep bass concoction built on an Ashanti sample. Hear the massive track below and look out for the Running Back Part Two / Holding On available October 1 on JBS' bandcamp.

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>>>Stream: Jumping Back Slash "Running Back Part Two" [112kbps]

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