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Dave Kensington recorded his first song Dance Music "We Said Goodbye" when he was seventeen. Born in Belgium in Mons, the young man grew up between music theory and singing lessons. Music thus became part of his universe very early on.

Dave KENSINGTON carefully follows the career of his close cousin, the famous jazz guitarist, Philip Catherine. He discovered the podiums during tours carried out at various national festivals. And will also be a choreographer at Disney.

Dave Kensington then went into production. He founded the FMP-Publishing label and produced the rapper L’AB2C. He also created an SME (in the field of cleanliness and the environment) which he continues to manage today.


His love of words catches up with him. At forty-six, the age of maturity according to him, the French-speaking artist signs an album (to come) of eleven electro-pop titles. He is a Singer-songwriter, and he writes all of his lyrics before working with young arrangers, some of whom are part of the team of Mylène Farmer or David Guetta. Dave Kensington lives between Brussels and Paris, and draws much inspiration from current events.

 Sensitive to isolation in our society, he remains very attached to the universality of music. From the confinement that we just experienced, he shot this single "My Corona". With several Remix versions already. "People no longer communicate," he says, "or only through social media. There is no more verbal communication. "And in the context of denouncing racism, his clip is a tribute to diversity".

In Paris, "adds Dave Kensington", it is even more visible. Everyone is glued to their laptop. No one pays any attention to the beauty of the city, no longer looks at its monuments”. Hence the title of his second single "Paris bored", which will be released in late September (or early October).

With a clip-in preparation signed, another favorite subject of the artist, the freedom of the woman he defends in "to be sexy or not to be sexy". Themes that are dear to him and the sense of melody, the groove side that is what matters most to the artist.


Even if Dave Kensington plans some songs in English, he mainly targets the French, Canadian and Belgian markets. It should be remembered that his references are artists who have marked French songs: the Rita Mitsouko, the Green Negresses, Mano Negra, and of course Mylène Farmer.

As a producer, he worked on a Jeanne Mas album. But he also readily quotes the group Depeche Mode, and more recently, DJ Duke Dumont, Chris Burns, and Daft Punk whom he particularly likes. The singer of the group Imagination is part of his circle of friends. And music is not the artist’s only passion.

Dave Kensington enjoys black and white photography and loves film. Besides, he would see himself starting an acting career after a few extras. An artist with multicultural ambitions!

Dave KENSINGTON  music styles are Acid house, African music, Ambient, Bossa nova, Brazilian Music, Chill out, Classical music, Dance music, Dance pop, Deep house, Disco, Dream pop, Dub, Electronica, Electropop, Electro swing, Experimental electronic, Film music, French house, Funk, Future house, Grime, Hip-hop, House music, Indie pop, Instrumental, International pop, Latin music, Lofi bedroom, Minimal, Nouvelle scene, Nu-disco, Pop rock, Pop soul, Progressive pop, Psychedelic pop, Rap, French rap, R&B, Reggae, Soul, Synthpop, Synthwave, Techno, Traditional music, Trap, Trip hop, and French variety.



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