The music scene will always be and flow with the needs and wants of the buying consumer, but talent is the one thing that will continue to remain consistent no matter what is happening throughout such a fickle industry. The talents of one Marlon Plunkett, otherwise known as Kiprich, has steadily positioned him as a dancehall powerhouse who has garnered the respect and admiration from both his peers and fans alike. Known for his controversial, yet humorous songs, Kiprich began his foray into the music scene as a popular DJ, but it was the power of his pen that catapulted him into mainstream success.
As a writer, Kiprich created chart topping singles for a steady onslaught of producers and artists and soon he became highly sought after by his musical peers. Dancehall hits such as ‘Leggo Di Bwoy’, ‘Imagine This’, ‘All Ladies’, ‘Cut Him Off’, ‘Bad Man No Snitch’ and ‘Waste Time’ further cemented Kiprich as a modern day wordsmith and a lyrical maverick. It was his collaboration with dancehall superstar Elephant Man and rapper Twista (Jook Gal) that provided Kiprich with the mainstream, crossover recognition that he deserved with MTV and BET among the broadcast outlets that streamed the mega hit record.
Wanting more from his career, Kiprich made the often times difficult transition from studio to stage with ease, and armed with his trademark smile, has made a name for himself as an exciting live performer. As such, he has shared the stage with many top selling, internationally famous artists. He has also toured extensively with the USA, Japan, Africa, Europe, South America and a numerous of Caribbean Islands under his belt with the added benefit of several number one records in the countries that he visits.
Kiprich’s latest projects showcase yet another level of achievement for this high stakes artist that believes in taking risks and pushing the envelope whenever possible. With the official release of his ‘Happy Life’ single and ‘Eye Top’ single on the Money Mix Riddim from Good Good Production, Kiprich has once again proven why he was bound to be successful in an unforgiving industry.