Big 12welve teams up with Skilibeng for 'Money Conversations'
Dancehall duo Big 12welve

Big 12welve, the fast-rising dancehall duo, is making waves in the music industry with their latest release, "Money Conversations" which features dancehall star Skillibeng.

The pair, consisting of Abo Dan (Jemal Hutchinson) and Musa Dan (Nathanael Jones), is pleased that the Skillibeng-powered remix has already gained significant traction, with a visualizer accumulating over 269,000 views on YouTube in just eight days.

"The remix came about after our label executive recognised the vision and capability of the track. The label then reached out to Skillibeng, who expressed interest in the project, leading to the official remix and it has been going well," Abo Dan, one-half of the Big12welve duo, said.

The single is now available on all major digital and streaming platforms, thanks to distribution by Johnny Wonder.

In a recent interview, the duo's label executive, Akim Larmond, revealed that the inspiration behind the remix was to create more awareness, and show that Big12welve can perform alongside mainstream artists and showcase their talent without being overlooked.

The remix features Skillibeng's signature flow, and the creative process was described as a "superb experience" by the duo.

Despite being a relatively new outfit on the music scene, Big12welve appears to be on a trajectory to becoming a household name in the very foreseeable future. The collaboration with Skillibeng is a testament to their potential and highlights the bright future that lies ahead for them.

"Fans can expect more exciting releases from us soon," Musa Don said.

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