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06/12/19

'EVERYMAN' GETS A 2020 UPDATE FROM DRUMSOUND & BASSLINE SMITH!

Technique Recordings head-honcho’s Drumsound & Bassline Smith have had a massive year; adding to this their remix of Kenny Ken’s iconic...

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Kenny was working for London Underground as a ticket collector and railman when his first big break came around in 1989 as a result of him being a regular attendee at Crazy Larry’s, an early Sunday morning rave. The organisers also promoted the Crazy Club at Busby’s, where Kenny became resident DJ alongside Ray Keith and Jumpin Jack Frost. One of his first DJ sets was at Labrytnth. Kenny would also play on the Pirate radio station Centreforce under the name ‘Players Kenny’.

He would soon become resident DJ at London nights, Sunday Roast, Telepathy, World Dance, AWOL, and in 1994 won the inaugural Jungle Sound Clash event.

Between 1994 and 1997, Kenny had a show on London’s Kiss FM, and also appeared on BBC Radio 1’s pioneering One In The Jungle show in 1995. He rose to prominence with his first big track “Everyman”, and proceeded to launch his Mix & Blen’ label in 1997, followed by several releases on Planet Funk Recordings that he co-owned with DJ Mace.

More recently Kenny has been crowned soundclash Champion for a second time, as part of the “Jungle Warriors” collective, and continues to wow audiences Worldwide.