Kevin Lyttle is proving anew one of music’s most important tenets: that
just one person, with one daring idea, can convert an entire world full of
listeners, fans, and musicians.
With its irrepressible beat, sweet melody, and a vocal performance that’s at once mellow, intense, and inviting, Kevin’s smash single, “Turn Me On” - recorded in a local studio on the island of St. Vincent – was the biggest soca hit to emerge from the Caribbean in 20 years. Blending traditional soca, American R&B, and Jamaican dancehall – Kevin has set the entire West Indies on fire, with tunes that have gone on to boom across dance floors worldwide in a phenomenal two-year run.
For the 26 year old, "Turn Me On" has been a massive breakthrough record, peaking at number 3 in the U.K. back in October 2003 and higher still across Europe.
His follow up single "Last Drop" is released on Atlantic Records on the 17th May and delivers another big hit of his eclectic and innovative fusion of music. His debut album is released a week later.