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KIPRICH MAKES A MARK WITH 'TALK' Featured

Entertainment News Written by  AKA Thursday, 04 August 2011 18:01 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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    DJ Kiprich is known for his no-holds-barred approach to deejaying where he uses witty one-liners and heavy doses of sarcasm to document the various going-ons with artistes in the local music industry. His latest single, Talk, which makes fun of various entertainers is blowing up all over FM radio. A snippet of the hard-hitting lyrics go: the Teacha go circle the Embassy/and say, wait, oonu nuh memba mi/look how mi change all mi colour fi please oonu till all people say Russian fava me.

 

 

"Well, the response to the song has been incredible, when mi deejay it anywhere, a just crazy forward, the other day, mi do it for Laing stage show inna Belfield and the girl dem beat down the stage continuously, people love it, everybody have dem favourite part, whether is the Beenie part, Kartel part or the Energy God part, the song just ah go hard, it have a little ting fi everybody," he said in a release.

 

Kiprich performed at a community stage show in Belfield, St. Mary over the weekend, and over the Independence weekend, he is booked for three shows, one in Westmoreland, the popular HYPE 2K11 show in St. Elizabeth and then he has a show in Old Harbour.

 

He will be headlining a stage show in Guyana on August 24th.

 

"Based on the feedback from the 'Talk' song, we're getting calls from Canada, St. Vincent, Antigua and England," Kiprich's manager, Bready, said in a release.

 

He, like his mentor Elephant Man, is a member of The Alliance. He first socred a hit with "Leggo Di Bwoi"; later followed "Mad Sick Head No Good" together with fellow deejay Predator. Also, he wrote the lyrics for Elephant Man's "Jook Gal", whose remix together with Kiprich himself, Lil Jon and The East Side Boyz entered the charts in 2003 (see 2003 in music). His latest, and greatest hit so far was "Telephone Ting", followed by "The Letter".

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