This high-energy, lyrically versatile and crowd-pleasing artist, Best Fire aka Lyndon Best was born in the beautiful islands of Trinidad and Tobago. Best Fire has participated in music in different ways from steel pan to parkway, but he is passionate about writing and performing his original soca, reggae and dancehall tracks which feed his ever-growing catalogue of songs.
Since immigrating to the United States from Trinidad, Best Fire produced his own first solo album called "Smoke," which is available for download on iTunes. He has had the opportunity to perform at fashion shows, college campuses, clubs and venues in Toronto, Washington D.C, and around New York City. He has performed on music trucks in the NYC West Indian Day Parade every year for the past 8 years delighting crowds of masqueraders and spectators alike with his personality and vocal performances. In the 2016 parade he debuted his new Soca hit "Bam Bam" with Suga Candy Mas Band, this year's 2016 West Indian Day Parade medium band 2nd place winner.
Best Fire enjoys regular radio airplay rotation on many FM stations and internet radio sites. His music reaches people in and outside of the United States including countries like Kenya, Uganda, Zimbabwe, France, Canada, England, Costa Rica and Jamaica . Best Fire can often be heard giving numerous radio interviews on programs broadcast all over the world.
This multi-layered artist enjoys creating a diverse musical portfolio and represents the many sides to his personality. His original Reggae songs "Loving That You Bring" and "Every Mornin1" represent his love and respect for women in his life. His newest dancehall track "Step It Out" shows his loyalty to his friends, and two new soca tunes "Bam Bam" and "Come Gyal" remind everyone that this artist is Trini to D Bone!
Check out Best Fire on iTunes album "Smoke"
Other social media info: Instagram @bestfire3