Triple Kay International has been on a journey, taking Dominica and its music throughout the world which is the band’s motto and governs the efforts of the group. This has fostered the utopia environment that has encouraged its eminence and resounding success during its reign as the most dynamic, explosive and supreme musical ensemble to come from the shores of the Nature Island of the Caribbean, ...Dominica. The name Triple Kay International is a replica of its members and their environment as each letter denotes a member’s name and the place where they reside. The group has been fostered in the scenic, touristic hub of Laudat, and this led to its grass roots and energetic drive to produce quality and excellence.
The band has been together since 2000. During this time, the dedication, talent and time of its hardworking members have contributed tremendously to its growth and success in the creativity of each album. The band has produced six albums namely – “Big Ting” – “Fanatik” – “Sewo” - “All Out” – “Pressure” and the most recent 2008 gold compilation “Colours”. During production, the goal of the band was to diversify the current musical era and collectively this has been achieved. This was accomplished by mastering all types of music that the fans and general public yearned for and has attributed to the significant growth of the band. The band performs zouk, compas, reggae, cadance, dancehall and our own local bouyon music and has mastered the musical touch of all the above mentioned. Moreover, the band has not only kept up to the task of just playing music and mastering its various types but has invested in the methods of execution and performance. Again, because of its incessant efforts and success, Triple Kay International is esteemed and highly dignified in its homeland. This recognition led to the renowned opportunity to perform at Dominica’s flagship musical event, the World Creole Music Festival in 2002, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008 impressing hundreds of thousands of visitors and local patrons. In 2004, Triple Kay International copped the title of Band of The Year and the Cadance Musical Touch was passed on to the band by the legends of Cadance lypso, the forefathers of Dominicas musical legacy. The band was again named 2005 Band of the Year and also was awarded Song of the year, “Sewo”. Wayne “Mr. Benji N²0” Benjamin the band’s lead vocalist was recognized as the Best male Artist of the year at the 2005 Flamboyant Awards. Triple Kay’s 2007 CD was judged best party album and in 2008 the band won the people’s road march for its number one smash hit “Please”. Not only has the band gained local recognition but much international fame has graced the group over the years.
The band has extensively travelled the globe on its musical ride. Triple Kay International has performed on a number of occasions in England, St. Martin, Saba, Guadeloupe, Antigua, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, New York, Miami, Atlanta, Texas, Canada, Belgium, Holland, St. Thomas, Tortolla, Anguilla among many others. The band has also performed in many small festivals and other local events.
Triple Kay International is extremely proud to carry its National Flag as Ambassadors of its beautiful country. On October 4th, 2008, the Band released its sixth album titled "Colours" at the Green GrassHopper in Dominica.