Dotta Coppa Biography
An exciting, fresh talent from Jamaica, bursting with loads of enthusiasm and fiery rhymes, goes by the name of Dotta Coppa. Marlon Morsby, born in St. Mary in 1989 and raised in Kingston, is following his musical dream.
His musical career was influenced early on by his eldest brother as well as stalwarts like Sizzla and Bounty Killer.
Dotta Coppa was discovered at Big Yard by the infamous Vybz Kartel in 2008 and recorded several hit singles for Foxxlink, Not-Nice, Lee Miller and other producers. Songs like “Chrome a Spit”, “Moving on”, “Life or Death”, and “Hunt fi Mine” are a perfect musical reflection of his versatility and talent. His work quickly went viral on the Internet and the dancehall-scene worldwide.
In 2017 Dotta Coppa completed a promo tour in Europe and USA, where he performed at shows in Mülheim, Essen, Dortmund, Kleefeld in Germany, Antwerp in the Netherlands, and Belgium where he also completed an interview with Radio Central, one of the biggest radio stations in Belgium. The US leg of the promo included Florida,
New York, and Maryland.
Dotta Coppa is fully tuned to life through his songs, inspiring and encouraging his followers – people of every social class and age. It’s only a matter of time until this young, grateful and gifted man has his big breakthrough in the Dancehall and Reggae industry internationally.