Jamaica’s Famed North Coast Singer #Kappo Releases Catchy Single
Contributed Article – Kappo, the artist that is known for his amazing performances in various tourist hotels/resorts around Ocho Rios, Montego Bay and Negril, has recently released a catchy reggae track that is getting a lot of attention. The song is entitled “sensimillia” and it is already in heavy rotation on various radio shows in the U.S.A and Jamaica. Persons may stream “sensimillia” via MJE YouTube channel.
Kappo started singing at church and in schools. As he got older, he decided to take his music to a more professional level. He ventured out to the north coast of Jamaica where he started singing in various tourist hotels around Ocho Rios, Montego Bay and Negril. Word of his talent spread quickly, and he was soon invited to join a Florida based band called Psyche. Psyche received a lot of exposure and was promoted as one of the best emerging reggae bands from Jamaica.
In 2010, Kappo was given the opportunity to sign with Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines. He took advantage of it and immediately became the lead singer of the Temperature Band on the cruise. This band consistently got everyone moving and grooving to the smooth sounds of R&B, POP and Reggae while touring Europe, North America and the Caribbean.
Kappo currently resides in Boston, Massachusetts. He travels frequently to Jamaica to perform and record his original music. He recently released two original songs: “Party Time” and “Sensimillia.” Additionally he has two reggae covers that he is promoting: Sam Smith’s “I’m not the only one” and Phil Collins’ “One more night.” The singer is presently looking forward to releasing his debut album. Each original song showcases the versatility of the artist and his diversity as he covers Ska, lover’s rock, Dub, Roots and Dancehall. Kappo’s musical influences and mentors include Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Beres Hammond, Morgan Heritage, Jimmy Cliff and Shaggy.