Classics: Kenny Bobien – Father (Frankie Feliciano Ricanstruction Vocal Remix) (Soundmen On Wax)
One of the most beautiful voices in the House circuit, falsetto singer Kenny Bobien has been responsible for a consistent amount of pieces of art since his early days in the mid-90’s. Therefore, blessing the hearts and souls of countless Soulful House fans. Along with Ten City as a backing singer. Not to mention under his own banner.
He would definitely reach one of his peaks back in 2000 along with co-producer Moses LaPorte aka Big Moses. Delivering the timeless inspirational ‘Father’ with remixing treatment courtesy of Frankie Feliciano. Most likely standing as one of the definitive vaults of the Soundmen On Wax label.
New Jersey’s Kenny Bobien has forged himself a reputation as one of the most in-demand singers in the House scene. With thanks to a unique falsetto style, he is widely seen as the “King of Gospel House Music”. Even though he left his imprint in other genres such as R&B while collaborating with many big names. From Teddy Pendergrass to Jennifer Holiday, Taylor Dayne or Celine Dion.
Kenny has powered countless club anthems. From his early works as a background vocalist along with Ten City in the second half of the 80’s. To his collaborations with some of the biggest producers in the House scene. From Kerri Chandler to Louie Vega, Dennis Ferrer and Basement Boys. Not to mention B.O.P. and Frankie Feliciano. As many meetings which gave birth to classics such as ‘Rise Above The Storm’, ‘Reach’ and ‘Father’ among others. Not to mention his cover version of ‘Why We Sing’ with production work by the likes of Christina Hayes and George Sykes.