Island Prince: Antiguan Soca Sensation Making Waves with New Collaborations and Hits!


Written by: Leanda Ann Norville

Island Prince, also known as Dalik Dyer, is a young and talented Antiguan artist and entertainer with a bold vision to become one of the biggest soca stars in the world.

With a musical lineage, Island Prince is guided by his father, Dalton Dyer, a well-respected music producer.

In 2018, Island Prince entered the Junior Party Monarch competition and emerged victorious. Since then, he has been consistently releasing high-quality soca music.

In 2023, his songs “Gimme Waist” and “Ms. Grippy” did exceptionally well on the Caribbean’s music charts. For Antigua’s Carnival 2024, Island Prince released a slew of hits, including the trending sensation “Banana.”

On Sunday, April 28th, Island Prince dropped the remix of “Banana” featuring Trinidadian superstar Lil Bitts.

Lil Bitts, known for her incredible talent and charisma, is making waves in the Soca game, making it an honor for Island Prince to collaborate with her.

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IP has an exciting lineup of collaborations for the upcoming season that you won’t want to miss! Get ready to jump to “Bad We Bad” featuring the past Jumpy Monarch King, HardKnaxs, “White Flag” featuring the sensational Asher Otto, “Benna” featuring the talented Boogy Ranks, and “Shakalack Shakalack” featuring the dynamic Soca Villain and K-Lee on the Whistle Riddim produced by Triple K International. These collaborations are guaranteed to get you moving and keep you coming back for more!



A graduate of the Antigua Grammar School and Monroe College in New York, Island Prince emphasizes that education is key to success.

Island Prince’s captivating music continues to win the hearts of fans worldwide, and there is no slowing him down.

Stay in the loop with the latest and greatest from IP music by following him on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Spotify! Join @Islandprince to discover new tunes, exclusive content, and exciting updates.

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  1. Something about our music and artists that have me baffled. Year after year we have all these sell out shows with artists from other islands especially TnT, no matter the cost. Even right now for sailing week we have to bring in big names, which I don’t mind, but our artists need to get this same treatment and love from other islands too.
    My question is why can’t we go to TnT, carnival charge what ever and get the same sell out crowd? For Moods of pan the same thing, why Lacu don’t get some invites over to TnT? Presently St.Thomas, St maarten carnival is happening and where are we?
    Yes Drue was doing his thing and you know the Flames once ruled these carnivals, but here we are 2024 and it’s like we still just making music for A/B, cause after carnival everything done. Our road marches can’t even hold up for over three months and don’t even talk about our calypso! One month and it’s over.

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