- RELEASE DATE /2000 – 2017
- CATALOG /Various Tracks
- LABEL /Various Productions
- FORMAT /Digital / Vinyl / CD
Kiprich music greatest testament to the song’s popularity, however, was the many answer tunes it spawned, culminating in Kippo’s “The Letter,” an engaging country and western-reggae hybrid that cleverly details his return to basic forms of correspondence with his girlfriends, devoid of a digital footprint.
Both songs, featured on his 2005 debut album Outta Road (Big Yard/VP Records), propelled his career to a greater level of visibility while demonstrating the realistic, oftentimes humorous depictions of everyday situations that characterize his exceptional songwriting skills. Kiprich music.
Kiprich’s 2008 release Drama King, for Japan’s Pony Canyon label, includes the dancehall boom shot “Bun Fi Bun,” an illustration of an unwelcomed outcome surrounding marital infidelity. And the sultry R&B flavored “Forty and Over,” featuring veteran female deejay Junie Platinum. Portraying the cougar in a May/December relationship. Drama King increased his already immense popularity in Japan, where he has performed several times to tens of thousands of enthusiastic fans.