Kenny Black


Musical prodigy Kenny Black is definitely a man that bestows true grandeur. His unprecedented resume as a producer, songwriter, and singer has proven significant worth over the last two decades in the entertainment industry.In early 2000, Kenny’s  moment came by teaming with Bad Boy mogul Sean “P-Diddy” Combs co-producing rapper G-Dep’s debut album “Child Of The Ghetto” placing Black on the map to unwavering success, brilliantly showcasing his diverse flair. His undeniable genius graced the impeccable Marvin Sapp’s 2010 live album “Here I Am” peaking #1 on the Billboard charts .The endless possibilities continued for the impresario working with some of the biggest names in R&B, Hip-Hop, Gospel and entertainment Music including Pam Long from Bad Boy group Total, Jaheim, Lauryn Hill, Faith Evans, Shyne, Lil’ Wayne, and Desiree Coleman.Kenny’s savviness gave way to broadening his self-divergence with “Go Crazy” his first Country music album under Sony’s Orchard label produced, written and recorded by him personally displaying his versatility yet his ultimate melodious alliance with independent Gold-selling artist Ny’a has kept “The Music Machine” living up to his moniker currently with nine #1 hit singles.

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