14k returns with When Month End Come
Singer 14K rose to fame in 2001 when he recorded and released a cover of American rhythm and blues singer R Kelly's smash hit 'Fiesta'. Produced by Winston Powell for Stone Love, 'Fiesta' took 14K from an unknown act to a popular name in dancehall circles.
After an extended break from the musical radar due to personal reasons, 14K is back with a new manager, Rupert Blackwood, and a new single, When Month End Come, produced by Dean Fraser.
"The name 14K came about when I was among one of the most popular sound producer, Winston Powell, who goes by the name of Stone Love. We were in his studio talking then suddenly he said to me yuh know the perfect name fi yuh a 14K, and it was from then I was known as 14K," he explained.
14K has been singing from an early age. It was his passion for singing that made him decide to pursue music professionally.
"I have been a singer since birth I have always had a passion for singing but didn't have the opportunity to take it serious and pursue a career in singing. I sang all my life as a hobby, and also because I love to, until one day my talent was seen and observed by a very good friend of mine, deejay Jigsy King, who uplifted my thoughts and spirit to start thinking about my career as an artiste. He took me to Stone Love studio, and there's where I started to record my songs, and taking my first career step to the next level," 14K said.