In this age, everybody can call themselves DJ. This phenomenon caused appearance of excessive numbers of fake DJ. Ken-ske, Not a trackmaker, strictly club-based DJ. From regular folks to club freaks, blending styles and eras Ken-ske's mix of old and new tracks from the genres of Hip-Hop, R&B, Reggae, House, Electro, Disco, Soul, Rare Groove, New Wave and Top 40 wins deep appreciation. Not only the crowd but he also receives a great deal of support from dancers, DJs, party organizers and other industry types, and plays over 100 gigs a year. "I wanna rock whole situation to DJ anything, anywhere, anyplace, from the cradle to the grave, from your iPOD to big room like arena, and either." Ken-ske says. He's been exploring that era of Rap, Disco, House, nostalgia music at every Tuesday night, "Royal Flush" at BX Cafe, Club Harlem, accurately reflected his music life. He tries to approach in a B-Boy Stance.