Bursting with hot rhythms made for "wining," Lee's annual offering of the year's popular Carnival songs never disappoints, and Soca Frenzy is no exception. As his 17th album in a succession of ska, reggae, calypso and dancehall soca hits, this record shows that Lee remains at the forefront of all that's fresh in Caribbean music. From the hip-hop-inspired "Footsteps" to the smooth lover's-rock vocals on "Jump Up" to 1998's Carnival anthem "Aye, Aye, Aye," with its call for all West Indians to "wine it!," this album covers all the bases.
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AllMusic Review by Rosalind Cummings-Yeates