PHNK’s ‘Hey boy’ speaks out against the toxic concept of masculinity

Following up to his interesting video for ‘Bad Habit’, PHNK is back today with new visuals. ‘Hey boy’ is a song that speaks out against toxic masculinity and embracing who you are.

Hailing from Seattle, PHNK [pronounce ‘funk’] produces all of his tracks and consistently releases them with appealing visuals. Some time ago, we featured his colorful offering for ‘Bad Habit‘ and today, once again, there is something happening with his new track. Of course, PHNK is not the greatest vocalist alive but it doesn’t mean that he is not an artist. He raps, he signs the production and he clearly has an interesting artistic approach: colorful visuals and catchy tracks with a message. With ‘Hey Boy,’ the artist raises question about gender stereotypes, diversity and sex positivity. Like many of us, he wonders what it is to be a boy. It’s not always easy not to verify all the conditions that are imposed by our society but like the artist does it, it’s the right solution to be positive about it! Check the Brandon Foy and Annie Johnston-directed video below.

You can read more about the concept of masculinity in music with our essay ‘Vulgar Display Of Power: Why Is Music Still Such A Boys’ Club?

Stay tuned to PHNK by visiting his website and via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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