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Music / January 21, 2022

Hyfin and Jordan Adetunji are staying single-minded in ‘Back Up Plan’

Music / January 21, 2022

Hyfin and Jordan Adetunji are staying single-minded in ‘Back Up Plan’

Words: Dylan Murphy

Two of the north’s most exciting rappers join forces.

Hailing from Derry, Hyfin has garnered a reputation as one of the north’s most potent spitters. Through a series of freestyles, Instagram snippets and loose previews he’s showcased that he’s capable of holding his own with just about anyone. However, until now, the rapper only had one song on Spotify and a few videos on Youtube.

Today, he’s shared ‘Back Up Plan’ featuring Jordan Adetunji which sees the pair go back and forth over an ominous drill instrumental.

The video for the new track lands via Hot Box and is live from 18.00 today.

It comes after Hyfin revealed he is subject of a self-titled film following his journey that has been commissioned by Netflix.

Listen to ‘Back Up Plan’ below:

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