Baha Men Information

Baha Men is a Grammy Award-winning Bahamian band known for their energetic and infectious blend of pop, reggae, and junkanoo music. Their rise to international fame and their signature hit “Who Let the Dogs Out” have solidified their status as cultural ambassadors of the Bahamas and one of the most recognizable names in the music industry.

The band was formed in 1980 and initially consisted of Isaiah Taylor, Dyson Knight, Herschel Small, Patrick Carey, and Rick Carey. Their early music was heavily influenced by junkanoo, a traditional Bahamian style of music and dance characterized by lively rhythms and colorful costumes. Their unique sound quickly gained attention and popularity in the Bahamas.

In 1991, Baha Men released their debut album “Junkanoo,” which captured the spirit of their homeland’s music and introduced them to a wider audience. The album showcased their ability to merge traditional Caribbean sounds with contemporary pop and reggae elements. However, it was their 2000 album “Who Let the Dogs Out” that catapulted them to global fame.

The album’s title track, “Who Let the Dogs Out,” became an international sensation, dominating airwaves and dance floors around the world. The catchy chorus and infectious melody made the song a staple at parties, sports events, and celebrations. It earned Baha Men a Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording in 2001 and remains one of the most recognizable and beloved pop songs of its era.

Following the success of “Who Let the Dogs Out,” Baha Men continued to release albums that showcased their versatility and commitment to their Bahamian roots. Albums like “Move It Like This” (2002) and “Ride With Me” (2015) featured a mix of party anthems and feel-good tracks that captured the essence of their music.

While Baha Men continued to make music and perform, the lineup of the band changed over the years. The members of the band during various phases included Dyson Knight, Nehemiah Hield, Leroy Butler, Clayton “Drummie” Farquharson, and others. Each member contributed their own unique talents to the band’s dynamic sound and stage presence.

Baha Men‘s music is known for its celebratory and upbeat nature, often encouraging listeners to dance and let loose. Their fusion of genres and influences creates a joyful and energetic atmosphere that resonates with audiences of all ages.


  • Junkanoo” (1991)
  • Kalik” (1994)
  • I Like What I Like” (1997)
  • Who Let the Dogs Out” (2000)
  • Move It Like This” (2002)
  • Ride With Me” (2015)

Over the years, Baha Men have become synonymous with the spirit of the Bahamas and the vibrant music scene of the Caribbean. Their performances, both in their home country and on international stages, continue to showcase their infectious energy and their ability to bring people together through music.

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