New cut from producer Phoniks, taken from his upcoming remix project called Summer Nights. Phoniks takes Jigga‘s ‘Change Clothes’ and gives it a summery vibe with live-styled drums, flutes and steady baselines to match.

We at WIB already know Phoniks is sick with it and it would be a shame if y’all think otherwise. Tune into this asap!

6 weeks after producing the collaborative effort “Dephacation” with Virginia emcee’s Awon & Dephlow, the sleepless Portland, Maine beatsmith Phoniks releases a new 8-track remix tape for free download through his website. Known for his classic boom bap sound Phoniks is closing out a year long run that has seen him rise out of complete obscurity last July to produce 3 full-length albums and 4 mix tapes, amassing millions of Soundcloud plays and several Bandcamp chart toppers in the process.
“Summer Nights” is an upbeat collection of 8 remixes featuring tracks like Jay-Z’s “Change Clothes” and Nas “Thief’s Theme” given new life through the use of swinging jazz and funk rhythms. The album is being released as a free download on June 21st to celebrate the first day of Summer and should become a fan favorite for hip hop heads looking for new Summer cruising music.

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