Boney M was a German-based disco band, popular around 30 years ago, but still commercially viable enough for compilations to be released.
The best of Boney M can be found on another album, simply called "Gold" (the one with the blue cover). "More Gold" feels more like a very light dessert.
The songs are very easy going, sometimes bordering the childish. I'm sure your toddler can swing along to "I shall sing" or "I see a boat on the river". Or what about the love song "Jimmy"? Gee, is it puppy love or something? There is even a song with something sounding like an accordion playing in the background. I also wonder about "Going back west", a song about a Black pop star who gets "played" by his manager. A self-ironic song? Boney M's flirtation with reggae and Black Power ("Da La De La") is also quite entertaining. Come on, these guys lived in West Germany. They probably never came closer to Afrika than some tourist magazine featuring lions and zebras, LOL.
Still, if you like Good Old Pop Music, both "Gold" and "More Gold" are probably essential additions to your collection...