From the opening “Here I Come (Broader Than Broadway)”, which is included on Saints Row 2 and Grand Theft Auto 3: San Andreas and features his unparalleled vocal stylings, the album showcases exactly why Barrington Levy has been called the Godfather of dancehall reggae. The herbalist anthem, “Under Mi Sensi” (also the biggest hit on the African Beat/Jah Works riddim), followed by the wicked grooves of the Mighty Two-produced “Teach The Youth” as well as “Prison Oval Rock”, “Shine Eye Gal” and “Bounty Hunter” recorded for Henry ‘Junjo’ Lawes, are all classic examples of Levy and crucial reasons for dancehall reggae’s international appeal. Barrington demonstrates his versatility on the lover’s production of “The Vibes Is So Nice” before launching into the straight-talking and melodic “Too Experienced” and the bass driven “Minibus”. “Money Move”, one of George Phang’s early 80s hits with the help of Sly Dunbar & Robbie Shakespeare and “She’s Mine”, recorded in the late 80s for Black Scorpio not to mention the 1990s remix of “Here I Come”, show just how ‘broad’ this album really is. Indeed, Broader Than Broadway: The Best of Barrington Levy is a collection of not just Barrington Levy’s best but also the best classic dancehall has to offer, then and now.