The problem with these "dancehall" artists is that at least half of them bring in hip-hop into reggae; no, not GOOD hip hop skills, but women as sex objects cliches. Beenie Man reinforces that fact on Back To Basics. Just skip it.
You can fault the album for feeling much like a scatter-shot collection rather than a planned full-length, but forgiving the lack of structure of dancehall albums yields spontaneous rewards when you're dealing with a talent like Beenie.
With a distinct lack of pretension, some wholly infectious hooks and an insouciant sense of humour, this is the kind of project that will ultimately serve to keep Beenies rep as a professional entertainer and maestro of the dance deeply intact.