Recorded in two takes and in under an hour, "Turn Me On" is a sexy combination of soca, R&B, and Kevin Lyttle's sweet and soulful voice. The production is busy but not cluttered and a breezy, summery kind of bright, but it's Lyttle's voice and melody that steals the show. Sounding like a young Al Green or Beres Hammond, Lyttle yearns and lusts after one of St. Vincent's island girls. Simple enough, but it's the hook and Lyttle's rapid-fire, tight delivery that do it. Recorded back in 2001, the song had a long way to go before hitting American radio, but every club a bootleg landed in was soon filled with dirty dancers. The legitimate single sold nearly a million in Europe in 2003, and the Americas got it just in time to take over urban and rhythm radio for 2004's summer. The swaggering rap from Spragga Benz was added to the American version to increase dancehall appeal.