UK artist FØNX gives us a smasher to play on-repeat this Labor Day weekend titled “Angle,” a blend of 2000s R&B and hip-hop swagger blended into contemporary pop. It’s a dance-inducing piece that captures the blissful chemistry we experience during our nocturnal adventures. The track showcases FØNX dexterity in hopscotching between different eras and genres to give you invigorating grooves:
On the single, FØNX shared: “’Angle’ was a lot of fun to make and had been something I’d wanted to touch on genre wise for quite some time. I’ve always loved the production elements in early 2000’s RnB and Hip Hop influenced Pop music, so I wanted to explore this and bring it to a new light. The song is about having fun and the excitement of having that instant connection with someone, pursuing it and not knowing where the night could go”
FØNX is currently working on his upcoming self-produced debut album, so stay tuned.
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