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What’s in the air over in Barbados? Whatever it is, it has the super popular Rihanna going crazy!

The blogs have not stopped talking about her since Kadooment Day, when she celebrated in a costume that left little to the imagination.

Having fun and celebrating her country seemed to be the only care that Rihanna had.

PHOTOS: RIHANNA CONTINUES HER KADOOMENT HOTNESS

We would like to help Rihanna celebrate by giving props to all of the artists from the Islands!

Major talent stems from these tropical fantasy worlds and is sometimes overlooked.

Check out all the different Islanders we want to give a shout out to on the pages that follow!

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Hailing all the way from Jamaica, Sean Paul is known for his hot lyrics and even hotter flow!

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Nicki Minaj, repping for the female hip-hop world, is originally from Trinidad.

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Collie Buddz is a reggae artist who has accomplished several feats, including establishing his own record label “Harper Digital” and gaining a lot of international success.

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Gyptian is a hot reggae singer from Jamaica, whose popularity has grown a lot over the past few years.

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Don’t sleep on Rock City! They are songwriters & artists who have written many hits like Drake’s “Forever” hook, Jennifer Hudson’s “If This Isn’t Love,” as well as Rihanna’s controversial “Man Down.”

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Vybez Cartel, the dancehall artist, is rising to fame and comes all the way from Jamaica.

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Wyclef Jean holds the island of Haiti down, and while it’s not considered the West Indies, he deserves a major shoutout!

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Sean Kingston and his Jamaican swag is currently killing the music industry!

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Shontelle did big numbers with her song “T-Shirt” and is originally from Barbados.

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Last but not least, Beenie Man is known as the Dancehall King and always will be!