Both the cover and the title of this new Gyptian album leave little to the imagination and on this fourth studio album his transformation from reggae singer to the male counterpart of Rihanna finally seems to come to completion. With a mix of reggae, dancehall, soca (title track 'Sex, Love & Reggae', a duet with Angela Hunte and soca star Bunji Garlin, 'Wet Fete' with soca band Kes) and dance 'Sex, Love & Reggae' rather belongs in the pop department and for those who like commercial music there's nothing wrong with this album. On a personal level, the more reggae-inspired tracks ('Vixen', 'One More Time') could still convince us and Gyptian's version of Gregory Isaacs' 'Number One' is also a winner. A bit iffy is 'True Colors', a reggae cover of Cindy Lauper's eponymous hit, but for some reason the tune works. Enough solid material to keep a positive balance, we unfortunately did not find on 'Sex, Love & Reggae' and Gyptian will probably never become our favorite reggae artist.