Considered as one of the lead exponents of the New French House scene, Vincent Fenton (born on March 26, 1990), also known as French Kiwi Juice or FKJ, is a Paris-based electronic music producer and singer-songwriter. With a laid-back style that seamlessly blends jazz, funk, and R&B, Fenton is mostly known for his live shows, where he combines the organic sound of traditional instruments with innovative production techniques, creating an enthralling effect on the audience. He first rose to prominence with the release of debut EP The Twins (2012), which was followed by the EPs Time for a Change (2013) and Take Off in 2014. Fenton spent the next few years honing his craft and working on French Kiwi Juice (2017), his proper full-length debut released via the label Roche Musique. The album, which peaked at Number 129 on the French Albums Chart, received rave reviews from the specialized press and helped the studio wizard secure a spot at the 2017 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. An EP entitled Ylang Ylang arrived in 2019, and collaborative single “iFeel,” recorded with singer and wife June Marieezy dropped the following year.