Approaching their 30th anniversary as a group, the Baha Men rode a massive wave of success in the early 2000s following the release of hit single, ‘Who Let the Dogs Out’. Featured in major motion pictures and chanted throughout sports stadiums around the globe, the Baha Men unleashed a revolutionary form of Caribbean pop that permeated American pop culture. The hit single would go on to earn the band several awards including a 2000 Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording,as well as Billboard Music Awards for World Music Artist and Album of the Year. The group would also win a Nickelodeon Kids Choice Award for Favorite Song the same year, then follow it up with another Kids Choice Award for Favorite Band in 2002.///Read More
Their worldwide success propelled them into the Hollywood Film Industry, with a number of their songs enhancing soundtracks of popular movies, such as Miss Congeniality, Around the World in 80 Days, Garfield: The Movie, Rugrats in Paris, and Crocodile Hunter: Collision Course. Also featured in the soundtrack of Shrek, with their hit song “Best Years of Our Lives”. Then in 2009, in the hit comedy The Hangover, “Who Let the Dogs Out?” was featured.
The Baha Men were one of the many artists to record a song on the DisneyMania album, along with three of its four sequels. They recorded “Hakuna Matata” from The Lion King; “It’s a Small World” from the Disney park attraction of the same name and in DisneyMania 4 they took on the song “Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride” from Lilo and Stitch entitled “Bahaman Roller Coaster Ride”.