Whereas Ele's past CDs featured references to bling and violence, his fourth album focuses on freewheeling fun. Not that you can really tell specifics from the lyrics, as Elephant spurts his lines more than sings them, switching between Jamaican patois and made-up words (choruses, thankfully, are in well-enunciated English). Even so, you can usually understand the, um, thrust of the tunes: "Cock Up Your Bumper," for instance, doesn't seem to be about traffic accidents caused by roosters. Certainly, Elephant is far ruder than his hit-making peers, singing about sex with obvious glee (and with a pronounced lisp, which makes the frequently referenced "pussy" sound like the even-sexier "poothy").
In the end, though, it's the dancehaller's music that propels the tunes, with sitar samples, steel drums and synth blurps coiling around spasmodic electronic riddims. Most of Good 2 Go -- including body-shakers like "Signal de Plane" and "Head Gone/Wine up Uh Self" -- is cockeyed and euphoric, offering uninhibited dance music that makes the rest of rap radio sound downright tired.