naughty-and-pimprone.jpg (27822 bytes)Dynamic Duo "Pimprone" & "Naughty" lay down hot tracks at Mackeymedia for "Naughty Chapter 1" her first solo album. Naughty & Pimprone presently have a number of their rap tunes playing on local FM radio station MIX102FM. Naughty rap style has been compared to da Brat & Eve.
chantal-and-francess.jpg (40547 bytes)Bahamian Artist Chantal Bethel, Amigo & Frances Hayward: pose at the Rand Nature Center, Grand Bahama Art Exhibition (December, 2003) where her painting of Amigo "the potcake"  commissioned by Mrs. Hayward was officially unveiled. Special Amigo Christmas cards were also available for purchase.
Ryan-and-portoreekoe.jpg (23513 bytes)Ryan (Carnage) and "Portoreeckoe" team up at Mackeymedia to send out the soul stirring message: "By The sweat of your eyebrow You shall eat bread". The popular Biblical phrase was creatively used to enhance a powerful message to hard working youth not to give up. Utilizing street jargon the rap song "By the sweat of your eyebrow" puts the reality of life in realistic perspective for the youth. It is not a gospel song. 
Ronnie-b-and-b-copy.jpg (27854 bytes)Bahamian music giant Ronnie Butler shakes new life into the Amigo recording as the original tracks recorded and conceived at Mackeymedia reaches Compass Point Studios Nassau N.P. Bahamas. To the rear of Ronnie are top rated Junkanoo Goatskin drummers Josh Chipman (L) and his cousin. The Amigo song has traveled from Mackeymedia to New York and onto Compass Point. Bahamian vocalist/ entertainer/ songwriter Ronnie Butler is respected as a living Legend.  Ronnie has recorded numerous albums and has had many hits including: "Burma Road", "Going Back To The Island", "Age ain't nothin' but a number", "Look what you do" and numerous others. Ronnie also sang vocals on the Amigo song, a duet, with "Sweet Emily" Austin. 
Second Annual Grand Bahama Island Jazz, Rhythm and Blues Festival Features Three-time Grammy Winner Lou Rawls! At the Second Annual Grand Bahama Island Jazz, Rhythm and Blues Festival, scheduled for October 27-30, 2005, jazz enthusiasts and sun-seekers can join in a celebration of island life, soaking up the soulful sounds of legendary jazz performers as they pay tribute to the traditions of jazz on Grand Bahama Island. Click to Here to view Terrance Roberts full press release complete with accommodations & flight arrangements.