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Kenny "Dope" Gonzalez (born June 7, 1970) is an American dance musician. He is also one half of the Masters at Work musical production team with Little Louie Vega.

Gonzales started his DJ career in 1985 organizing neighborhood block parties in his home of Brooklyn, New York, with his then partner, Mike Delgado. Under the Masters At Work moniker, the parties became quite successful and attracted Todd Terry who later borrowed the group's name for 2 record releases. Terry returned the favor at a later date when he loaned Gonzalez a drum machine which began his interest in producing beats.

Discography

see Masters At Work for his discography with the group

Albums

  • 1992 The Kenny Dope Unreleased Project
  • 1995 The Best of Dopewax Records - The Dope Stuff
  • 1995 All in the Mind, as Bucketheads
  • 2001 Supa-Dope Classics Volume I
  • 2001 Found Instrumentals
  • 2005 Found Instrumentals Vol. 2

Singles

Kenny "Dope" Gonzalez/Kenny Dope
  • 1990 "Total Maddness EP"
  • 1993 "Phat Beats EP"
  • 1993 "The Unreleased Project EP"
  • 1994 "Boomin' in Ya Jeep" (with Screechie Dan)
  • 1994 "Axxis EP"
  • 1994 "The Pushin' Dope EP"
  • 1994 "All I'm Askin'"
  • 1997 "Jam the Mace" (re-issue)
  • 2000 "Brazilica"
  • 2000 "Can You Handle It"
  • 2000 "Buggin' on Percussion"
  • 2000 "The Illout"
  • 2001 "Could You be the One (Thank God it's Friday)" (with D.M.)
  • 2001 "Comin' Inside"
  • 2001 "House Brakes Vol. 1"
  • 2003 "Frenzy"
  • 2005 "House Brakes Vol. 2"
  • 2005 "House Brakes Vol. 3"
  • 2006 "Nitelife (Encore)" (with Kim English)
Power House
  • 1989 "Power House 1 EP"
  • 1990 "Power House 2 EP - Kenny's Jazz"
  • 1991 "Power House 3 EP - Makin' a Livin'"
The Bucketheads
The Untouchables
  • 1991 "The Untouchables EP"
  • 1991 "The Swing Doctor EP"
  • 1991 "Take a Chance"
  • 1993 "Go Bah"
  • 1994 "Just the Way You Want"
Liquid Dope
  • 1997 "Rock Your EP"
  • 1999 "Terra-Humara"
  • 2004 "Dope Goes Back"
  • 2005 "Oh My God/Krash"
  • 2006 "I Want You" (with Raheem DeVaughn)
The Madd Racket
  • 1991 "Supa"
  • 1993 "Donndadda/Rama Jama"
  • 2001 "Madd Racket EP Part 1"
  • 2006 "Makin' a Livin'/Get It (Good God!)"
Total Ka-Os
  • 1991 "My Love/Get On Up"
  • 1994 "It's an Ill Groove"
  • 1994 "Something Old Skool"
Other aliases
  • 1989 "House Syndicate EP", as House Syndicate
  • 1989 "Messiah/Insane", as NMC & ADJ (with Mike Delgado and Tommy Musto)
  • 1990 "Jam the Mace EP", as House Syndicate
  • 1990 "A Touch of Salsa", as 2 Dope
  • 1991 "Just Me & You/Battlestar Gallactica", as Kenny's House
  • 1991 "Yeah/Good Feelin'", as Swing Kids
  • 1992 "Axxis", as Axxis
  • 1992 "Gunshot", as The Unreleased Project (with Todd Terry and Shaggy)
  • 1994 "Love Is What You Need", as The Dream Team (with Todd Terry, Roger Sanchez and Benji Candelario)
  • 1996 "Bucketbootleg", as K-Dope
  • 1997 "And There Ain't", as DBX
  • 1999 "Strictly Rhythms Volume I", as K-Dope
  • 2001 "A Madd Cry", as House Brigade
  • 2006 "They Can't Stop It", as Black Roots
  • 2007 "Get Down", as Todd Terry All-Stars (with Todd Terry, DJ Sneak, Terry Hunter and Tara McDonald)




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