Gregory Pierre, professionally known as Kadda Sheekoff, is a Haitian singer and songwriter from Haiti who writes positive, uplifting songs that encourage people to work toward their dreams while avoiding the use of profanity out of respect for his Mother.

He developed an interest in hip hop after initially disliking the genre for its use of vulgarity and misogyny.

Gregory Pierre describes Kadda Sheekoff as The AK-47, officially known as the Avtomat Kalashnikova, is a gas-operated, 7.62×39mm assault rifle, developed in the Soviet Union by Mikhail Kalashnikov.

Kadda Sheekoff has been writing songs since he was very young, his dream is to collaborate with such artists as Blanche Bailly, Stanley Enow, Yemi Alade, and Chidinma. Some of the sounds might be futuristic, with computerized pitch adjustment, robotic beats, and phantom backing tracks, but Kadda Sheekoff often sings about Love and Fashion, like a bad boy wooing a young lady whose parents don’t approve because of his clothes or hairstyle. Kadda Sheekoff has yet to release his debut full-length studio album, but expect it to have high-octane Afropop superstar guests.

Kadda Sheekoff is an unusual delight. While there’s no shortage of Haitian rappers making it big across the Atlantic with various strains of R&B, Afropop, and Hip Hop, this 24-year-old Haitian artist is working in his own lane to crank out dance-floor-primed singles that feel distinctly silly, poetic, and pure.
Just when you thought this young hit king couldn’t get more impressive, he flexes his bilingual muscles in Haitian Creole, Spanish, French, English, Ewondo and other African languages.”
In addition to Afro legends Tiwa Savage, Locko, Stanley Enow and Blanche Bailly, Kadda Sheekoff gives maximum respect to Mr. Leo. He has the ability to transition from singing hooks to spitting hardcore rhymes. He have a deep Haitian fine voice so it brings out some different kind of melodies, Like many young Cameroon, Kadda Sheekoff is also a hip-hop fan.