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Fresh off dropping Fenix Flexin Vol. 2, Fenix Flexin and friends have been promoting the project with a 19-date Fenix Flexin Vol. 2 Tour. Cruising through the West Coast up to the Midwest and back out to the Pacific Northwest, the Fenix Flexin Vol. 2 Tour boasts the support of Lil Maru, MBNel & RE Da Chilliman. Rucci was a featured special guest for the homecoming show in Los Angeles as well. Fenix Flexin shows always appear to be a family affair with all the homies on stage with him, and this one was expected to be A1 considering it was in Los Angeles where it all started. When I heard he was playing in town, I knew I had to swing by The Novo to see Fenix Flexin before the tour heads out east for the remaining 16 dates. Let’s hop into my favorite points of the night.

As the crowd rolled in, each of the openers worked the crowd just a tad bit more than the previous act. By the time Rucci hit the stage, the energy at The Novo was top notch. The “Get The Strap” rapper single-handedly raised the vibe of the building from a laid-back rap show to a full blown party, setting the tone for the headliner to hit the stage. When the lights dimmed for Fenix Flexin, the audience responded by raising their cell phone flashlights to light up the venue. Rapping his breakout single “Fell In Love”, Fenix Flexin rushed out on stage and the audience absolutely lost it. The sea of lights made it a magical moment. Fenix rapped a full catalog of material spanning from old Shoreline Mafia bangers like “Musty” to the newer material like “Threat” and “1,2,3,4”. Special shout out to Fenix’s hype man: Yung Moody. He not only kept the energy up all night, but who also climbed the rafters and did a gnarly backflip down onto the stage. I’m sure security was not a fan, but the crowd completely ate it up.

To conclude, Fenix Flexin and the team brought the energy to this one. Obviously, with it being a bit of a homecoming of sorts, it was expected, but Fenix Flexin continues to exceed expectations with each show. The haters said he couldn’t branch out successfully into his solo lane, and those haters are being proved wrong time and time again. Catch Fenix Flexin on the Fenix Flexin Vol. 2 Tour if it’s coming near your city. It’s a show you are not tryin’ to miss.

Kris Kuganathan

Photojournalist - Orange County

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