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Adam Fenix and BLTWHT unleash ‘Bee’ on Virus T Studio

Fast rising star Adam Fenix has established himself as one of San Marino’s leading DJs and producers since he exploded onto the Dance music scene. Armed with a record collection that includes hits like: ‘Racer’, ‘Puppets’, ‘True’, ‘Crash’ and ‘United’, he has been grabbing the attention of many of the world’s leading tastemakers, including Ummet Ozcan, Delayers and Carlo Astute, a testament to his unique production talents.

Next to be added to Adam Fenix’s impressive release catalogue is his highly anticipated collaboration with DJ and production duo BLKWHT called ‘Bee’, an Electro infused Progressive banger that has been causing huge waves in clubs and at festivals around the globe. Full of razor sharp synths, infectious melodies, driving basslines, banging beats and intricate FXs, ‘Bee’ is a peak time anthem that is a worthy inclusion in any DJ’s record collection.

The release of ‘Bee’ see’s Adam Fenix return to Virus T Studio and sees BLKWHT make their debut on the San Marino based imprint. The ever-growing label has gained itself a reputation as one of the scene’s most respected imprints thanks to their attention to detail and ethos of only releasing innovative records of the highest quality. Boosting an impressive roster that includes artists like: Nari & Milani, Vinai, Gregori Klosman, Stefano Pain and The Cobs, Adam and BLKWHT will be in good company as ‘Bee’ is set to shoot up the Beatport charts and see both artists’ rise to the top of the EDM ladder continue at rapid pace.

Check out ‘Bee’ on Soundcloud

Available on Beatport

Adam Fenix Online


Virus T Studio Online

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