Toppa Top 10: Ten Soca Songs That Crossed Over

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July 24, 2014

2. The Baha Men “Who Let the Dogs Out” (2000)

Your grandma. Your old Sunday school teacher. The annoying lady at work. Everyone knows โ€œWho Let the Dogs Out.โ€ The Baha Menโ€™s roots date back to the late 1970s when they were originally known as High Voltage. Despite their name and roots, the group was actually formed in England. They finally hit it big in 2000 with their cover of this song written in by Anslem Douglas. Not only was it the best-selling soca song of all time and one of the biggest songs of any variety in 2000, but it’s retained its place in pop culture ( by turning up in countless movies and TV shows since that time.