Kiko Bun works in a cross section of reggae, dancehall, soul, vintage R&B, and hip-hop, creating an infectious and vibrant sound.
Following a handful of independent singles, including 2014's bouncy "Where I'm From," the London native netted a deal with Island Records and began issuing a steady stream of new material, beginning with the 2015 EP Come Again. Along the way, he began touring the festival circuit and featured on tracks by Credenza and the Next Men, among others. A host of Bun singles arrived in 2016, including the Dre Island collaboration "Alipanga" and the bright pop track "Sweetie." In late 2017 the singer released the hooky "Fistful of Nothing" single, which was later included on his 2018 EP, The Clubs. ~ Timothy Monger, Rovi