Sketching from emo, indie rock and roll, avant electronica, and more, Chicago-based indie rapper Serengeti gained a reputation to be an immensely prolific writer, evidenced by his barrage of long-players, all imbued along with his oddball personality and abstract rhymes. Given birth to David Cohn, the whimsical MC spent most his youngsters in the Chicago suburbs and started composing rap lyrics around once he moved in to the town at age group 16. His eccentric inclinations created under his divorced parents’ two colleges of believed: his mom was a politics activist and self-styled socialist, but his dad experienced an upper-middle-class life-style. When Cohn proceeded to go off to university, he fulfilled fellow classmate DJ Important, who had comparable hip-hop ambitions. Important ultimately founded F5 Information and released Serengeti’s 2003 debut, Dirty Flamingo. It had been the to begin practically twelve albums that he released through numerous independent labels next couple of years. Noteworthy standouts had been the experimental rock-leaning Gas Rainbow (2006), released via MF Grimm’s Daily imprint, as well as the imaginative, blogosphere-approved Dennehy (2006) on Bonafyde. Authorized to Sound 8, Serengeti collaborated with glitch-hop maker Polyphonic for Don’t QUIT (2007), but revisited Dennehy a season afterwards, issuing an extended version. For the name track, Serengeti created a fictional personality called Kenny Dennis, who became a staple for potential albums, including 2012’s Kenny Dennis EP, 2013’s Kenny Dennis LP, and 2014’s Kenny Dennis III. In 2016 Serengeti teamed up with Why? show-runner Yoni Wolf for the collaborative Testarossa. Released beneath the moniker Yoni & Geti, the Joyful Noise-issued LP was a conceptual piece that informed the storyplot of a set of star-crossed lovers called Maddy and Davy.