Caymanian artists are influenced by all kinds of music—reggae, calypso, jazz, R&B, gospel, rock, you name it. But whichever genre or venue they perform, that signature island warmth is ever present in their music. To download a free mp3, simply click on each song you would like to download. To listen to the music as you browse through the page, use the music player below.
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Hi Tide - Love You More
What happens when you mix rock, blues, soul and even country with a hint of the islands? You get Hi Tide. Anyone who has visited The Cayman Islands recently would tell you that Hi Tide is a must see. Founding members Shane Allenger and Sean Hennings have been writing and playing together in bands since 1984 and formed Hi Tide in 1994. Visit www.hitidemusic.com to learn more about this fantastic duo.
Kay Kay - Slowly
A native of the Cayman Islands, KayKay expresses her appreciation for various musical genres by fusing elements of jazz, R&B, hip-hop, reggae, gospel and blues to produce her own unique soulful sound. KayKay’s vocal styling is a throwback to the great soul divas of yesteryear combined with influences from some of today’s favourite contemporary artists.
Los Tropicanos - Ram Goat Liver
Los Tropicanos, lead by Cayman Brac native Burmon Scott, captivates audiences with their high-energy performances. Although Burmon used to break into church to practice rock n’ roll on the piano, today people eagerly open their doors throughout the islands to hear Los Tropicanos signature upbeat sound.
Swanky - Anzie Cut the Road!
These three young Caymanians, brought together by happenstance, have found themselves as their generation’s sole guardians of a truly sweet cultural relic...traditional Caymanian music. “Swanky” kitchen band is comprised of Samuel Rose on violin, Nicholas Johnson on guitar and Daniel Augustine on percussion, along with recent members Phillip Rose and Paula Scott, who play a variety of percussion instruments that would be found in a traditional Caymanian kitchen.