After 33 years of being at Machel Montano’s side, Farmer Nappy is now embracing life as a solo artist with his own band.

Farmer, real name Darryl Henry, will now be collaborating with Bajan production duo De Red Boyz, who have been behind Farmer’s hits for over the past eight years such as “Chippin”, “Stranger”, “Big People Party”, “Flirt”, “Surrender”and “My House”.

Farmer Nappy and De Red Boyz, the four-piece band, will consist of Bass, Drums, Keys and Guitar along with vocal accompaniment from Bajan songstress Imani. With passion, amazing musicianship and undeniable talent, Farmer and his team have their eyes on accomplishing major goals in the future.

It’s both the end of an era and a new beginning for Farmer is now embarking on his first European Tour as a solo artiste, with his first stop in London on May 15. His tour will then take him to Berlin, Copenhagen, Stockholm and Amsterdam.

De Red Boyz, Mikey Hulsmeier (drummer) and Scott Galt (guitarist) have been independent touring musicians for a number of top Caribbean acts. It was in 2006 that the duo merged their keen understanding of music and their musicianship to create one of the most sought after production brands, De Red Boyz.

They have successfully been creating a movement of change in the sound of Groovy Soca and their production style has left them being considered as one of the top musical production houses in the Caribbean.