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Madison Beer’s Single “Dead” Gets A Feel Good Remix From Two High & Ambedo

Madison Beer’s Single “Dead” Gets A Feel Good Remix From Two High & Ambedo
Jeaux Bay

“If you can’t live without me, then why aren’t you dead yet.” Madison Beer has one hell of a voice and her single “Dead” shows that she hasn’t lost it. The contagious single gets a feel good remix from Two High and Ambedo to brighten your week. AUX London continues to show that they can find the best music out there and expose (in a good way) it to millions. The best thing about it, is the songs they are revealing aren’t all by producers with 100k followers. Each of these groups have less than one thousand followers. Truly remarkable and can’t say enough good things about Peter from Aux London. Grab your copy below and make sure to share with friends.

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