KROSFYAH - ZERO TOLERANCE
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ZERO TOLERANCE by KROSFYAH is the 2004 cd album released in time for Labor day 2004 following this year's Barbados Cropover.As Edwin Yearwood,principal songwriter for Krosfyah indicates, "We are just a bunch of island guys who love to play music." Play music is exactly what they do. Since after the release of their "Ultimate Party-Pump Me Up" album in July 1995 that surpassed all expectations and became the hottest CD of its kind world wide, Krosfyah has received rave reviews in the Caribbean,USA and Europe. The group won the title "1995 Band of the Year" and Yearwood won the "Party Monarch" title in Barbados. In 2001,Krosfyah released the album,"Kool under Fire" that produced the mega-hit "Sak Pase(Passay)" or "What's happening" in Creole that became the 2001 Road March tune in Barbados.
In this current album, ZERO TOLERANCE,Krosfyah's band members each add a unique ingredient to their magical music.The live band gives us more exuberance and delightful soca in heavy tracks like "sugar cane","keep rolling it","strong back","touch down" "holes" and "bend over gal" .Some of the lyrics are explicit. PARENTAL ADVISORY IS CAUTIONED.
Most of the tracks were written by Edwin Yearwood. Some were done by band members Khiomal Nurse and Tony Bailey,"Can I hold you tonight" was witten by Nigel "Satement" Barnett who did the popular "Wanna Be right there" last year