Fenix Flexin returns with his latest single, “Dead Homies,” with visuals directed by Ordinary Visions. The boastful visual captivates Fenix’s flashy ways and bold lifestyle with a yellow Lamborghini to back him up while he continues to claim his spot in the star-studded L.A. hip-hop scene. This marks the second single off his upcoming project Fenix Flexin Vol. 2 slated to release April 19th.
Fenix continues to mark his style and sound with West Coast/g-funk flow. Setting the tone for what fans can expect from Fenix Flexin Vol. 2, Fenix dropped the first single “Fenix Flexin Vol. 2 Intro” in November delivering the lively and braggadocios music that his die-hard fanbase simply cannot get enough of. “Lyrically, this latest single seems to effectively capture his current headspace,” said HotNewHipHop.
Fenix solidified the start of his solo career with the release of his mixtape,Fenix Flexin, Vol. 1, last July marking solo success for the respected platinum-selling artist. Featuring the late Drakeo The Ruler, D-Block Europe, Rob Vicious, Cypress Moreno, Bravo the Bagchaser, Peso Peso, and SaysoTheMac, the 15-track Atlantic Records release charted on Spotify’s Top 10 in the USA as well as Apple Music. Thanks in part to his stand-out singles “10 Toes,” the Ron Ron and Menace produced “For Me,” and “NDS”, the mixtape has 32.4 million streams. His song “Risky”, the intro for Fenix Flexin, Vol. 1 became a fan-favorite—the song streamed over 100,000 times every week after its initial release. He followed the success of his mixtape with his first solo multi-city tour, Fenix Flexin, Vol. 1 Tour, which wrapped up in late-September. In 2021, Fenix launched, Burnt Co, his own lifestyle and skateboard apparel company with a team of pro skaters including Kevin Viernes, Blazzy, Kevin Scott, and others. Fenix is still gathering serious accolades from his time in Shoreline Mafia, including Shoreline Mafia’s iconic debut album Shorelinedothatshit RIAA Certified Gold. Also, his records like “Musty”, “Bands”, and “Nun Major” certified Platinum, as well as songs like “Whuss The Deal” & “Bottle Service” certified Gold.