The likes of Machel Montano, Bunji Garlin and Kerwin Du Bois may be reliable when it comes to making darned good soca offerings, but listen to the lesser-known Olatunji. Ola is drawing rave reviews online with more than 1.5 m views on YouTube for this track alone. Not only is the “ola olay” chorus earworm fodder, but the rhythm demands dancing. Olatunji describes it as “African” in the song, but there’s more than a little bit of zouk in there, too. Perhaps some soca and zouk combination tunes could be more than a little interesting.