The Baha Men are a Bahamian band playing a modernized style of Bahamian music called junkanoo. They are best known for their Grammy Award winning hit song "Who Let the Dogs Out?". The Baha Men formed in 1977 as High Voltage, initially playing disco and funk. They performed regularly in nightclubs and hotels in the Bahamas and self-released several albums.
Baha Men ~ Doong Spank. The Caribbean is the birthplace of a variety of rhythms and musical styles. Baha Men hail from the Bahamas and play Junkanoo music, based on street carnival rhythms that incorporate a sophisticated blend of influences including New Orleans funk, classic American soul vocal stylings, a touch of rap, the bounce of soca, even a bit of The Beach Boys complements the Baha Men's take on "Kokomo
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The group was formed in London in the late 1970s as High Voltage. In 1991, they changed their name to Baha Men and released their first album under that name, Junkanoo, in 1992. International success. In the 1990s, they began aiming their music at a more mainstream audience, and achieved great, but short-lived, popularity with 2000's remake of "Who Let the Dogs Out?" (originally composed by Anslem Douglas), produced by Steve Greenberg and Michael Mangini. The song was a chart success in many countries, and also became a popular song at US sporting events.