Krosfyah

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Krosfyah
Origin Barbados
Genres Soca
Years active 1989 (1989)– Present

Krosfyah (pronounced "Crossfire") is a Soca band from the Caribbean island of Barbados.

The group is best known for the hits "Road Jam", "Pump Me Up", and "Sak Passe". Formed in 1989 by Edwin Yearwood, Krosfyah released their debut album Ultimate Party in 1994[1]and has gone on to become one of the most known and successful Soca bands of the Caribbean.[citation needed]

Albums[edit]

[2]

  • Ultimate Party (1994)
  • Ultimate Party-Pump Me Up (1995)
  • Aim High (1996)
  • Fyahside Christmas (1997)
  • Fyah Riddims (1997)
  • Hot Zone (1998)
  • krosfyah.com (1999)
  • Kool Under Fire (2001)
  • Lock Down (2002)

Band members[edit]

The team players of Krosfyah are as follows:

  • Edwin Yearwood: lead vocalist/songwriter
  • Anthony Bailey: guitarist/vocalist/songwriter
  • Khiomal Nurse: vocalist/songwriter
  • Felix Forde: bassist
  • Sherwin King: drummer
  • Micah Humphrey: keyboardist
  • Trevaughn Cyrus: keyboardist
  • Michael Agard: Manager

References[edit]

  1. ^ Krosfyah biography, Crop Over website.
  2. ^ "Krosfyah Discog". Retrieved 4 August 2012.