Kenny Segal has a long and colorful history with Los Angeles rap. He’s been a part of the underground scene in one way or another for 20 years now, dabbling in everything from Drum n’ Bass, Turntablism, Blowdian rap production, to the current beat scene. He’s had a rebirth of sorts in the last few years working with artists like Milo and Busdriver, his project The Kleenrz with Self-Jupiter, and becoming a part of Team Supreme. This episode paints a broad stroke of Los Angeles music scenes from the late 90’s to today. Hear us talk about moving to LA for school (but really for the weed), keeping his sound relevant after 20 years of work, and P.E.A.C.E. being the guy on his dorm couch throughout college. This episode is available on iTunes or Stitcher. Remember to download the Podcast App, and subscribe to Kinda Neat. Leave a 5 star rating on iTunes, comment about who you’d like to see on the show, and tell a friend! VISIT OUR PATREON PLEDGE TO SUPPORT KINDA NEAT OR HIT THAT PAYPAL!!! –Lee The post EPISODE 117: KENNY SEGAL appeared first on KINDA NEAT. The post EPISODE 117: KENNY SEGAL appeared first on KINDA NEAT.