Phony Ppl Commits Genre Genocide In New Album ‘mō’zā-ik’

Yup, they killed it

Photo: Dee Knows

Brooklyn-based quintet Phony Ppl has dropped their new genre-slaughtering sophomore record mō’zā-ik, where they demolish the boundaries of soul, funk, R&B, bossa nova, jazz, and pop in their sound. The result is a compilation of frakensongs that are patched with different influences, vibes, and flair of each member. Produced by the five and mixed by Grammy winner Qmillion, the album is a glorious genre genocide that is playful and polished:

Phony Ppl will be touring this fall with Pusha T, so go see them:

11/6 – The Constellation Room (Santa Ana, CA, USA)

11/7 – Catch One (Los Angeles, CA, USA)

11/8 – Fillmore (San Francisco, CA, USA)

11/9 – The Catalyst (Santa Cruz, CA, USA)

11/11 – The Pressroom (Phoenix, AZ, USA)

11/13 – Summit (Denver, CO, USA)

11/15 – Wooly’s (Des Moines, IA, USA)

11/16 – The Rave (Milwaukee, WI, USA)

11/18 – Vogue (Indianapolis, IN, USA)

11/19 – House of Blues (Cleveland, OH, USA)

11/20 – The Danforth BIA (Toronto, Canada)

11/21 – The Fillmore (Silver Spring, MD, USA)

11/23 – The Fillmore (Philadelphia, PA, USA)

11/24 – The National (Richmond, VA, USA)

11/25 – Irving Plaza (New York, NY, USA)

11/26 – Irving Plaza (New York, NY, USA)