Toronto MC FenaxiZ debuts his first full-length album called “Vintage,” a 15-track collection of original songs carefully crafted with an appreciation for mid-90s Hip-Hop. Songs like the nostalgic “Golden Age” or the introspective “Empty Bottle” best display the sincerity and profound lyricism FenaxiZ is known for while the smooth “Queen (feat. August Rigo)” and posse-cut “Go For Broke (feat. Alex Dimez & Wylie)” serve as prime examples of his throwback flow. Production is provided by AmiR, Anonymous Twist, Incise, Jobe Wan Kenobi, The Quarter Inch Kings, and royceBIRTH as they fuse soul, jazz, and funk samples with neck-breaking boom-bap drums.
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Equipped with an old school delivery and poetic insight, FenaxiZ commands the microphone with an honesty and bravado rarely seen. As a golden child of east Toronto, he became known for vividly depicting intricate inner-city life narratives through densely-layered multi-syllabic rhyme schemes on “The Audiobiography” EP (2004) and “The Strongest Link” mixtape (2006). In 2012, FenaxiZ returns with the “Vintage” album in which he effortlessly weaves through tracks with a mature outlook, sentimental reflection, Filipino militancy, and utmost reverence for the Hip-Hop culture that raised him.
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