12 Songs, 47 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Paris-based producer Vincent Fenton trained as a movie sound engineer, which might explain the evocative layering and detail of his genre-splicing jams. Chopped, accelerated vocal samples build mesmerizing hip-hop patterns on “Go Back Home” and “Lying Together,” while the jazz/R&B of “Skyline” transports you into the sunshine with warm, rippling synths and beats that purr in the background like tropical wildlife. Meanwhile, “Why Are There Boundaries” is a moment of aching soul amid all the intricate electronica.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Paris-based producer Vincent Fenton trained as a movie sound engineer, which might explain the evocative layering and detail of his genre-splicing jams. Chopped, accelerated vocal samples build mesmerizing hip-hop patterns on “Go Back Home” and “Lying Together,” while the jazz/R&B of “Skyline” transports you into the sunshine with warm, rippling synths and beats that purr in the background like tropical wildlife. Meanwhile, “Why Are There Boundaries” is a moment of aching soul amid all the intricate electronica.

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Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
28 Ratings
28 Ratings
The Big Paul Wall Boss Dog ,

Simply Beautiful

Ever since I heard Masego and FKJ collaborate I was hooked, which ultimately led me to listening to FKJ. Dude is the real deal, love the album, dude is a true musician.

Gemini Doc ,

Fluidity

I’m grateful for the chill out and calming effect of this multifaceted album and musician. Life is so hurried and stiff and his music is the antidote.

tayyy212 ,

Phenomenal

This music gives my soul exactly what it needs, every time!

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