Japanese sound system Barrier Free set to make Fully Loaded debut


Barrier Free in Japan_edit.jpgTop Japanese sound system, Barrier Free, is set to make its debut at the exciting Fully Loaded event which makes its return to Fort Clarence Beach, Portmore, on Sunday, July 27, 2008.

Fully Loaded, staged by Solid Agency, will be making a return to its original base, Fort Clarence Beach, after a 5 year sabbatical.

Barrier Free will be lining up against other heavy weight sounds such as: Red Diamond from the Cayman Islands, the top sound from the west, Interceptor, Swatch, Area Code, Sky Juice, Black Kat with the 'war tanka' himself Pink Panther, the remix masters Renaissance, Code Red, Razz & Biggy, Bass Odyssey and the immortal Stone Love.

There will also be live performances from: Bounty Killer, Mavado, Busy Signal, Elephant Man, Macka Diamond, Bling Dawg, Demarco, Wayne Marshall, Aidonia, Voicemail, Spice and 'Mr. Fully Loaded' Tony Matterhorn.

The Barrier Free crew consist of Doctor and K.S.K. The two friends were fascinated by the sound system business, and with little funds did various manual jobs to raise funds to build the system.

Their sound system has been established for 7 years now and recently won two of the biggest sound clashes in Japan.

Unlike other Japanese sound systems, Barrier Free is from the ghetto of Osaka, Japan. Commenting on the concept behind the name Barrier Free, Doctor said, "There are lots of barriers from languages (and) races. We come to break down all barriers through music."

They are very much looking forward to appearing on Fully Loaded. "I am happy on being on Fully Loaded. "Wi ready to buss the place with bad dub plates, bad talk and special costumes," K.S.K said.