It’s undoubtedly hard enough for producers and DJs to achieve a balance between performing and producing music, let alone take on the daunting task of co-owning their own label. Though it may be a seemingly rare occurrence in this day, Billy Kenny has shown admirable skill and talent in conquering this triad of musical prestige.
UK-born and raised, Billy Kenny has hurtled his way into recent headlines with his triple-threat status. With recent events leaving him unable to enter the USA, Kenny has taken this turn of events with an air of optimism and spent the last few months focusing on his European and Asian fans.
Kenny has been invited amongst other class-acts like The Martinez Brothers, Jackmaster, and ANNA to ring in Canada’s 151st birthday and celebrate the proceeding three-day weekend at Toronto’s Electric Island. Taking a twist on the typical commute to an event, attendees will embark on a quaint ferry ride over to their destination on the Toronto Island.
As his first show in the country since his abrupt deportation from the USA, we chatted with Billy to learn more about what he’s been doing to keep himself busy, his definition of weird, and his take on imprint Mija‘s “fk a genre” routine.
With your recently released Billy Kenny & Friends 2 EP, you’ve gifted us with a few new tracks to look forward to this summer. Tell us about the influence(s) behind this release, and what has pushed you to produce a handful of collaborations.
There wasn’t any set goal with any of the individual tracks as I already knew each one would sound different with having a second artist involved. All of the artists are actually friends of mine and I wanted to work with them for some time and the sequel to Billy Kenny & Friends EP ...
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