Not being a great lover of Soca music my hopes weren't exactly high regarding Kevin Lyttle's debut mainstream album, but Turn Me On was such a worldwide hit that I had to give the album a try. A wise decision. More of an R 'n' B/Reggae/Soca cross over album than an easily defined single genre, the CD keeps you entertained and often your body uncontrollably moving from beginning to end. Tracks such as Turn Me On, Last Drop, and especially Mama Mia (now on my getting ready before a night on the town cd) are sure fire floor fillers, but there is more to the album than that. Songs such as My Love (the music just brings a smile to the face) and So High are difficult to describe, but they just feel right, and there's some very sexy music in the form of Ya Kiss, a seductive array of the feelings of new love. The vocals of Lyttle are slightly reminicent of Lynden David Hall, but with a far funkier, and obviously Caribbean feel. Spragga Benz lends his reggae style to a few tracks and overall the album deserves far more attention that it's received. Well worth the entrance fee, and shows Lyttle's potential to create the perfect dance-hall music as well as a more tender side.