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Kenny Ken

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Kenny Ken (real name Ken Delsol) stared DJing in 1989, inspired by the early warehouse parties. During the day he worked as a ticket collector on the London Underground. Discovered by the Labrynth Rave organisation he started DJing at their parties as well as on pirate radio with Centreforce FM, and latterly Dance FM.

His first big break came as a result of him being a regular attendee at an early Sunday morning rave called Crazy Larry’s. The organisers also promoted the Crazy Club @ Busby’s, and after some persuading Kenny became resident DJ. He then became resident at Sunday Roast and A.W.O.L, during which time he started producing his own tunes.

His record labels include Mix ‘n’ Blen & Planet Funk Recordings (co-owned with DJ Mace), and he has also DJed for Radio 1 (One In The Jungle) and had his own show on Kiss FM.

His Step-son is D’n’B DJ and Producer, Crissy Criss.

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  • monisiowaty

    ohhhhhh grteaaat night

    3 Jul 2011 Reply
  • monisiowaty

    yeah 2nd July in my town :D

    20 Jun 2011 Reply
  • orisha_ogun

    I've understood he is most mystical musician in its sense. Even more than Dillinja, Paradox and LTJ Buckhem

    24 Sep 2010 Reply
  • SpbKnock

    where is prewives?

    30 Apr 2010 Reply
  • ladysweetness

    Ladysweetnesspromotions. every one is welcome 2 join us , plz , google, drum and bass and street art .

    15 Apr 2009 Reply
  • Timaaaahhhh

    I can't find any of his stuff... But I do have a really good 1 hour and 7 minute long live mix.

    1 Sep 2007 Reply
  • Satans_Banjo

    I can't find Murda You (Cat no. MTR001) on vinyl anywhere. I really like the original - the Benny Page remix is really good but it doesn't have the Barrington Levy Murderer sample

    8 Aug 2007 Reply

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