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Kiprich rolling with Chelsea 'baller Malounda in the UK Featured

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International recording artiste Kiprich is now in the United Kingdom where he is performing on a number of shows, and doing promotionalinterviews on Caribbean radio stations.

 

 

"I went to Germany on Friday and Norway over the weekend. I also performed at a couple places in England like Tottenham, Luton, Bradford and Wilesden," he said in a release.

 

Kiprich also attended a football match at Stamford Bridge, the home ground of Chelsea Football Club, over the weekend. Kiprich is a close friend of influential Chelsea midfielder Florent Johan Malouda.

 

In the meantime, Kiprich's breakout hit, Talk, is at #5 on the FIWI Choice Top ten charts. The single held the #1 spot for three consecutive weeks in August.   

 

Kiprich's first hit was "Leggo Di Bwoy" in 2001 which was followed by "Mad Sick Head No Good" with fellow deejay Predator.  Also,he wrote the lyrics for Elephant Man's "Jook Gal", and featured on the remix with Lil Jon and The East Side Boyz which entered thecharts in 2003.  He followed up those songs with hits such as "TelephoneTing", followed by "The Letter". And he has consistently produced  catchy hooks and offbeat lyrics that have endeared him to a new generation of fans.

 

His new songs include 'Real Saga' on the Overproof riddim, 'JPS Cry' and 'Any Weh' on the '12 to 12' riddim. He has also voiced a bouncy song for Billboard chart-topping producer Rohan 'Jah Snowcone' Fuller on  a new riddim.

 

"The ting tun up, mi have some new songs that ah go tek the place fi the Christmas, just watch, all the girl song fi Snowcone, ah murder" he said.

 

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