ZQNNEX and scrot! Collaborate on a Unique Mix of House Phonk and Aesthetic Rap with “FUR ELISE”

ZQNNEX and scrot! have teamed up to create an intriguing blend of two different musical genres in their latest release, “FUR ELISE.” The track combines the aggressive 808s and rigid 4-step kick pattern of house phonk with the creative yet frequent beat cuts and a three-layer vocal mix of aesthetic rap. The song is built around a sample of Beethoven’s “Für Elise” and showcases scrot!’s talent for creating captivating beats.

ZQNNEX’s aggressive, almost graphic, lyrics fit perfectly with the new house punk sound, creating a unique and exciting style that will resonate with fans of both genres. The song was crafted over three days, with five different versions, to ensure it was as close to perfect as possible, resulting in a polished and dynamic track.

ZQNNEX has gained a strong following in the underground music scene with his previous releases, including the “Z” EP and the “NIGHTLOCK” EP, which helped solidify his position in the punk genre. His collaborative work with scrot! Showcases his versatility and ability to adapt to different musical styles.

Overall, “FUR ELISE” is a fascinating blend of two different genres, showcasing the talents of both ZQNNEX and scrot!. The track will leave a lasting impression on listeners and add a new dimension to the growing house phone and aesthetic rap scenes.

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Written by Natalie Patrick

Music Journalist.

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