Jenaux has an easily recognizable funky style that is both innovative and classic. In his latest release, a recreation of Bill Wither's classic soul track ‘Ain't Sunshine', Jenaux evokes imagery of steam rising off the New York streets in the hot Summer's of the 1970's.

Jenaux – ‘Ain't No Sunshine' (ft. Andy Cooper)

Alongside perfectly tailored vocals by Andy Cooper, Jenaux assembled a recreation which breaths new life into a true classic. His take on the tune injects otherworldly future funk sounds throughout. It is a masterful rework that demonstrates Jenaux's innate talent as a producer.

It is the first release from Jenaux since the drop of his ‘Believer' remix for CYN. While the two tracks are different in many aspects both speak to how Jenaux perfectly incorporates vocals into his records. Many producers are not able to balance vocals within their productions, this ends in tunes that sound awkward and forced. Jenaux never seems to run into this problem. Needless to say, we cannot wait to see what comes next. Check out the new release below.

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