Mr Carter | The Limbo Song

Go To Artist Page

Album Links
Chondo MusicIsHere PayPlay Apple iTunes Bitmunk GroupieTunes Nexhit PassAlong Tradebit

More Artists From

Other Genres You Will Love
World: Island World: Junkanoo Moods: Mood: Party Music
There are no items in your wishlist.

The Limbo Song

by Mr Carter

Music From The Bahamas, junkanoo, Calypso, Reggae & Jazz
Genre: World: Island
Release Date: 

We'll ship when it's back in stock

Order now and we'll ship when it's back in stock, or enter your email below to be notified when it's back in stock.
Sign up for the CD Baby Newsletter
Your email address will not be sold for any reason.
Continue Shopping
available for download only
Share to Google +1

To listen to tracks you will need to update your browser to a recent version.

  Song Share Time Download
1. Limbo
mr carter
Share this song!
4:31 $0.99
2. Vacation Rhythm
mr carter
Share this song!
4:29 $0.99
3. Junkanoo
mr carter
Share this song!
5:01 $0.99
4. My Islands
mr carter
Share this song!
5:43 $0.99
5. Who ?
mr carter
Share this song!
3:26 $0.99
6. Limbo (radio Mix)
mr carter
Share this song!
3:30 $0.99
Available as MP3, MP3 320, and FLAC files.


Album Notes

Born Angelo Anthony Carter in Freeport Grand Bahamas. Mr. Carter was musically influenced at an early age. While living with his grand mother in Turks & Caicos Island, Mr. Carter ’s next door neighbor had a Juke Box she played to entertain guest. He would sit in his yard and listen to a variety of music such as Reggae, Calypso, R&B and Jazz. It was not until later that Mr. carter moved back to Freeport where he was introduce to a recording Studio by his cousin who sang in a Gospel group. He wrote and produced his first rap song at the age of 17, stage name Boy Blue. It was record and engineered by Dave Mackey , Mr. Carter is one of the first rap artist that came out of Freeport in the early 1990.

He released many songs locally in Freeport , they were played on ZNS
Radio Bahamas. He went on performing, getting exposure however, he continued
writing and recording. In 1993 he collaborated with singer Methise Rigby on a song
Called ( Mo” than just a friend )inspired by biz Marke’s hit, Just a friend, this song
Also was put in rotation on ZNS. Mr. carter had much local notoriety but he wanted more. .
He knew that it would be almost impossible to get a record deal in the Bahamas.
So , in 1995 he moved to United States , Mr. Carter submitted a demo to Motown
Records , and was chosen to attend a talent search held in Washington, D.C.

Despite not being picked, that experience has helped him mature
both mentally and physically. He went on performing in the local Baltimore
Caribbean community. With the demand for reggae artist he changed his style
and dubbed himself (poison pill ) hip-hop reggae artist. He has performed
at the Blue Caribbean Lounge, The Latin palace, Eden’s Lounge, Lake Clifton and
Druid Hill Parks, just to name a few. He also had spins on 91.1fm, 89.7fm , 93..9fm
and 88..9fm. In 2001 he released a CD call poison pill, reggae artist
representing the Bahamas in dancehall . Not straying from his identity,
Mr. carter said “music is a universal language, and it is not where your from but
Where you at , you can do anything you want, just don’t loose your identity.

In 2004 Mr. Carter founded Carter Boy Productions in effort to promote
Bahamian music arts & culture. After being approach by young inspiring
artist and Bahamians residing in Maryland requesting Bahamian
music on the radio, Mr. carter said “we don’t have any cultural music playing
So he saw this as a opportunity to promote Bahamian music. With his experience
in the community it would be easier to accomplish this. Late November
2004 Mr. Carter received a letter from Embassy of the Bahamas, Washington DC
informing him Of a Junkanoo Association being formed, so he quickly
joined the association known as BJAM. So on June 24th 2005 BJAM participated in the Washington DC, Caribbean Carnival for the first time . Mr. Carter said “full advantage should be taken of this milestone accomplishment, a door was opened , The Bahamas is here!
Later that year he started working on a various artist cd project featuring Music
from Bahamas ,and on August 20th 2006 his Junkanoo instrumental was featured at DCCC award ceremony where BJAM took home seven awards.
Mr. Carter is also a member of the GBEMAA based in Freeport Grand Bahamas, Founded by Joe fox in October 2006 he released Mr. Carter The Limbo Song , in promoting this cd he was interviewed on mix 102 fm, cool 96fm, radio stations in the Bahamas and Mackey Also preformed at Culture In Da Sun Taino Beach Freeport …


to write a review

"My Islands" reminds me of a video game for the NES.

Paul .Smith from L.A

who shot him? that 1 "wicked "
hardcore with a positive message.I play it every day.

Ryan Bonaby

Excellent Songs
Real nice songs.....


love your cd
I saw you perform in Freeport Bahamas love your Energy !!!

Joyce Miller

love the Junkanoo riddem!!!
your CD sounds very good.I like the limbo song but junkanoo riddem is my favorite.

Ben from N.Y.C

nice cd guy!!!

Donna from U.K


jacqueline munroe

i luv the limbo song can't wait 4 next album keep doin what u doin
mr.carter is using his culture in this song other artist stray from there roots trying to be someone else keep it up big up bahamas