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Kiko Bun

Reggae Musician — London

Name, Where are you from?
My name is Kiko Bun, born and raised in North West London and originally half Panamanian, half Italian. 

What do you do?
I am a reggae musician. 

Describe your style in three words?
My style is rugged, neat, bold. 

How should your music be listened to?
I think my music should be listened to in the sun or when getting ready to go out or at a house party or a dance. 

What do you miss about home when you’re on tour?
When I'm on tour, the thing I miss about home the most would have to be my mum and her cooking! 

What British music icons inspire your sound today? 
Soweto Kinch - he played in my school as part of a jazz week or something and I was immediately hooked. He is a saxophone player and fuses hip hop with jazz.
Harry Love - a hip hop producer from England that makes beats for the likes of Tommy Evans, Black The Ripper and such. Very musical style of sampling and also quite jazzy. 
UB 40 - the notorious Red Red Wine was on a lot when I was growing up and is still a reggae anthem in my eyes.

What was the first song you played on repeat?
I would say something by The Roots. Maybe 'Respond/React'.

A song from your favourite album?
A tune from my favourite album is 'Respond/React' on 'Illadelph Halflife' by The Roots. 

Song you wish you had written / Music icon that has inspired you? 
Wish I had written/produced either be 'In My Bed' by Amy Winehouse or 'How Many Mics' by The Fugees.

The Roots - Respond/React

UB40 - Red Red Wine'

Ini Kamoze - World A Music

Super Cat - Dance Inna New York

Bob Marley - Natty Dread

Dawn Penn - No No No

Willie Williams - Armageddon Time

Toots And The Maytals - Louie Louie

Name, Where are you from?
My name is Kiko Bun, born and raised in North West London and originally half Panamanian, half Italian. 

What do you do?
I am a reggae musician. 

Describe your style in three words?
My style is rugged, neat, bold. 

How should your music be listened to?
I think my music should be listened to in the sun or when getting ready to go out or at a house party or a dance. 

What do you miss about home when you’re on tour?
When I'm on tour, the thing I miss about home the most would have to be my mum and her cooking! 

What British music icons inspire your sound today? 
Soweto Kinch - he played in my school as part of a jazz week or something and I was immediately hooked. He is a saxophone player and fuses hip hop with jazz.
Harry Love - a hip hop producer from England that makes beats for the likes of Tommy Evans, Black The Ripper and such. Very musical style of sampling and also quite jazzy. 
UB 40 - the notorious Red Red Wine was on a lot when I was growing up and is still a reggae anthem in my eyes.

What was the first song you played on repeat?
I would say something by The Roots. Maybe 'Respond/React'.

A song from your favourite album?
A tune from my favourite album is 'Respond/React' on 'Illadelph Halflife' by The Roots. 

Song you wish you had written / Music icon that has inspired you? 
Wish I had written/produced either be 'In My Bed' by Amy Winehouse or 'How Many Mics' by The Fugees.

The Roots - Respond/React

UB40 - Red Red Wine'

Ini Kamoze - World A Music

Super Cat - Dance Inna New York

Bob Marley - Natty Dread

Dawn Penn - No No No

Willie Williams - Armageddon Time

Toots And The Maytals - Louie Louie