Shona And The Ladies Have A Thing For Magnet Man…


Sean-One and Magnet Man Together On “BARBADIAN”

Ok, Ok… We promised Shona that BFP would try to mention Magnet Man once a month. Shona and her lady friends seem to have a thing for the Bajan artist. (Maybe its a girl thing because Clive, Robert and I just don’t get the same, uh, “feeling” when watching Magnet Man perform. We like his music, but we be talkin’ “thing” here, me ken dooa?)

BFP mentioned MM in August and September, but missed in October – for which we all paid dearly.

Like I said, its a girl thing. So for our ladies, here’s the latest on Magnet Man. (Can we have our tools back now, girls?)

Sean-One Video “BARBADIAN” To Premier At HIP HOP STARS INDEPENDENCE SHOW – November 30th

Sean – One , already well known and respected as a ‘real’ Bajan Hip Hop artist from off ‘the block’ and one of Barbados hottest young rappers, is launching his first Music Video via the Magnetic Image Records Label.

The track called ‘BARBADIAN’ , which has already been described by Radio DJ’s as a ‘Real Big Tune” is a colaboration with Magnet Man, who also produced the track.

‘BARBADIAN’ the music video is aptly premiering in Barbados on the 40th Anniversary of Barbados Independence, Nov 30th, at the ‘HIP HOP STARS INDEPENDENCE SHOW at The Jam Rock Cafe, St Lawrence Gap, Christ Church.

The show will also feature performances from the very best of Bajan Hip Hop Stars including Billy Kincaid, The Poundas, Da Maniacs, plus RnB favourite Ronnie Morris and the very talented Kimberley Innis. The headliner will be international artist Magnet Man, the versatile ‘man of many genres’ who will perform his own new rap song “Bajan Bad Man” that will feature on his 2nd album due out early 2007.

Sean-One who hails from the Silver Hill area of Barbados, is due to tour internationaly again in 2007 after his very successful European debut earlier this year.

Thanks to for the photo and copy. Check them out for all your favourite Caribbean entertainers and styles – Reggae, Soca, Calypso, Dance Hall, Zouk, Reggaeton and Konpa.

Tropical Fete also has a MySpace spot where it posts some good tunes as background music. (link here)

****** Apparently we forgot to mention Magnet Man’s website (again). Here you go, folks… 

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