KERRY STARR Biography (@kerrystarr)

kerryKerry-Ann Morgan, publicly known as Kerry Starr, is a singer / songwriter specializing in the reggae, dancehall and Caribbean pop musical genres. As a native of Jamaica, Kerry grew up in the Kingston area, living with individual parents at different times in her life.

Her love for the creative arts started in school, specifically Vauxhall High, where she actively participated in music, dancing, acting, cheerleading and was a member on the debate team. Kerry remembers getting a lot of support from her father, who she says is also the one who inspired her to pursue a career in music. Unfortunately, her mother was not behind her initially, but that would eventually change as Kerry would not stop writing and singing.

Kerry Starr did her first song while in the fifth form. She had to endure and overcome a lot as a solo female artist, working in what many consider to be a male dominated industry. One of her biggest challenges was, and to some extent, continues to be, not being taken seriously.

Despite the difficulties she has had to endure, Kerry has managed to record and release some very amazing tracks over the years. In 2007 she recorded Believe It,” a song that she is currently pushing. It was produced by the legendary production team, Sly and Robbie. In 2014 she did My Grade,” that was produced by Biggy from the popular duo Razz and Biggy. In 2016 and 2017 she collaborated with Legendz Production on three songs: “Cupid,” “Core” and “Everything.”

Kerry Starr is truly one of Jamaica’s best kept secret; something she is determine to change in short order. With a new promo team behind her, she is now working extremely hard to share her music with the world.





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