Album artwork for 1979 Kenny Dennis Demos by Serengeti

Chicago-based indie rap heavyweight Serengeti has been building his unique legacy in underground circles since the early 2000s. He has been a member of Sisyphus (along with Son Lux and Sufjan Stevens) and Yoni & Geti (with Yoni Wolf of WHY?). In 2017, Fake Four Inc. released a double vinyl of Serengeti's classic 2006 album Dennehy with the never-before-heard Beautyman EP.

Fake Four Inc. is now offering an extremely limited 7-inch featuring two early demos, "Field on Fire" and "Up To The Middle” with production by Ryan Crosby and the Scro Brothers.

Performed through Serengeti’s alter ego Kenny Dennis, the story connects with the Chicago’s performers fan-favorite projects by continuing the character-based narrative: “late 70s Kenny Dennis signed a deal with a small label called city sounds under the name DISCOKEN at 19. They didnt know what his sound should be. They cut two different songs and put him and his bud Joji on the road to see what was recieved best. It didnt work.”

Serengeti

1979 Kenny Dennis Demos

Fake Four
Album artwork for 1979 Kenny Dennis Demos by Serengeti
7"

$12.99

Includes download code
Released 09/25/2020Catalog Number

SI-FFINC-084

Serengeti

1979 Kenny Dennis Demos

Fake Four
Album artwork for 1979 Kenny Dennis Demos by Serengeti
7"

$12.99

Includes download code
Released 09/25/2020Catalog Number

SI-FFINC-084

Chicago-based indie rap heavyweight Serengeti has been building his unique legacy in underground circles since the early 2000s. He has been a member of Sisyphus (along with Son Lux and Sufjan Stevens) and Yoni & Geti (with Yoni Wolf of WHY?). In 2017, Fake Four Inc. released a double vinyl of Serengeti's classic 2006 album Dennehy with the never-before-heard Beautyman EP.

Fake Four Inc. is now offering an extremely limited 7-inch featuring two early demos, "Field on Fire" and "Up To The Middle” with production by Ryan Crosby and the Scro Brothers.

Performed through Serengeti’s alter ego Kenny Dennis, the story connects with the Chicago’s performers fan-favorite projects by continuing the character-based narrative: “late 70s Kenny Dennis signed a deal with a small label called city sounds under the name DISCOKEN at 19. They didnt know what his sound should be. They cut two different songs and put him and his bud Joji on the road to see what was recieved best. It didnt work.”