The Bahamian music and dance tradition of Junkanoo, which traces back again to the slavery times when slaves were permitted to gather collectively one day weekly for festivities, is fused with the present day influences of dance rhythms, pop music and Latin percussion by Isaiah Taylor and his music group, The Baha Males. Relating to “Billboard”, the group “straddles the collection between Caribbean and traditional western well-known music and will so while placing smiles on people’s encounters and a jump in their actions”. Although their debut recording, “Junkanoo”, released in 1979, was greatly rooted in the Junkanoo design and featured up to date variations of traditional Bahamian music, The Baha Males have progressively leaned towards contemporary music. Their second recording, “I LOVE What I LOVE”, was made by Tommy D (Michael Jackson), Don Dubose, John Holliday and Trevor Steele (The Get away Golf club) with Holliday and Steele co-writing five tunes with the music group. The first solitary from your recording was “THAT IS THE Method, Etc.”, a medley of music by K.C. And SUNLIGHT Music group. The Baha Guys continuing their more-contemporary strategy using their third record, “Doong Spank”, released in 1999. Who Allow Dogs Out, offering the Grammy-winning one “Who Allow Canines Out,” was released a year afterwards. The record went on to market over five million copies. In early 2002, the Baha Guys attempted to get more Best 40 stardom by issuing the follow-up, Move It SUCH AS THIS.