Dancehall artiste, Marlon Plunkett, better known as Kiprich is in a war mode, lyrically that is as he is ready to enter a lyrical confrontation. However, the decision of which artiste he’ll face will be left to his fans.
Kiprich has already released a slew of controversial songs in the last few months; most notably “Talk” in which he calls out a number of Dancehall heavyweights such as mentor, Elephant Man, Beenie Man and Vybz Kartel. Kiprich has long sought after a clash with Vybz Kartel in the minds of several Dancehall observers, dating back to him counteraction to “Di Teacha’s “Cake Soap” single entitled “Cyaah Get Brown” last fall.
Entering the “Dark season” in Dancehall, Kiprich says he will enter a lyrical clash if his fans call for it; insisting that he will do so if he feels that sort of vibe from them but will only clash a reputable name. Additionally, the “We Nuh Fraid” deejay says he will survey his competition before fans decide later this fall that he should face at STING 2011 in Portmore.
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