Rapper, Feenixxx Releases Debut Video; With A little Help From Kool G Rap..
August 10, 2014
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“Feenixxx is Like a Knight of the Golden Era Transported in Time to Save Hip-hop From Non-lyricism” -Kool G Rap
The Official Feenixxx Video:“Blunts and Tattoos”
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August 10, 2014- Somewhere in Gritty, CT- The official Feenixxx video, “Blunts and Tattoos” is available now. His debut EP is set for release via Spotify August 2014.
Songwriter, rapper and newly acknowledged preacher, Feenixxx is a survivor who became homeless at the age of 13 as the result of domestic violence. Along with his mother and 5 year old sibling, his family lived on the street and in shelters for over one year. But his struggle was beyond the physical.
Feenixxx explains, “Being homeless isn’t just about sleeping on church floors, getting clean in public bathrooms or eating Ramen noodles in order to survive and stay alive- It’s about the inner psychological struggle to try to stop the free fall.”
Feenixxx started to turn his life around through music with the help of his grandparents. He grew up in New Haven, CT and emerged tough and insightful; ready to better his life. He says, “Most people seem to think Connecticut is home to just the wealth but it’s actually rated one of the highest crime ridden cities in the US.
Feenixxx’s Gritty Connecticut (GCT) as he calls it is why he continues on his path helping children in his state. Currently, he’s working with inner city (at risk) youth as part of the International Fraternal Order of Phi Beta Sigma (New Haven, CT chapter).
Feenixxx’s second single, “What’s Evil”, due out in August is a groovy bottom end joint with an underlying message of forgiveness.
The project is produced by Kenny Cash and was recorded at the Factory Underground Studio in gritty- Norwalk, CT.
Feenixxx cleverly blends boom bap with rock, R&B, and EDM. The EP is set for digital release via Handsome Money Records/ Spotify August 2014.
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