to "Billboard", this is a group which "straddles the line
between Caribbean and western popular music and does so
while putting smiles on people's faces and a bounce in their
steps" Although their debut album, "Junkanoo",
released in 1979, was heavily rooted in the Junkanoo style
and featured updated versions of traditional Bahamian tunes,
The Baha Men have increasingly leaned towards modern music.
Their second album, "I
Like What I Like", was produced by Tommy D (Michael
Jackson), Don Dubose, John Holliday and Trevor Steele (The
Escape Club) with Holliday and Steele co-writing five songs
with the band. The first single from the album was "That's
The Way, Etc.", a medley of tunes by K.C. And The Sunshine
Band. The Baha Men continued their more-contemporary approach
with their third album, "Doong
Spank ", released in 1999. Kalik
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