Kyle S. Ahn (Born February 25, 1992), professionally known as Dopester, is an American singer, songwriter, and producer. As an adolescent, Ahn performed at high profile political fundraisers in the Washington D.C. area under the name, Vocalz. He has been featured in Washingtonian Magazine, Asian Fortune, and The Washington Times. Additionally, Dopester's performances have been broadcasted on Fox News, CNN, and C-SPAN. In 2004, he opened for American Idol runner-up, Clay Aiken. Dopester has been praised by audiences that included Quincy Jones, Fran Drescher, Robert Townsend, Michael McDonald, Bebe Winans, Naomi Judd, Jewel, Darryl Green, Clinton Portis, The Washington Redskins, Colin Powell, Cal Ripken and HIllary Clinton. In 2013, Dopester shared the stage with grammy nominated artist, Canton Jones. He plans to release his debut effort, a self-produced EP called, Triller later this year.