Soca artist behind the worldwide hit “Turn Me On” delivers a set of groovy dance tunes infused with island vibes
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His style of music: soca, an infectious branch of Caribbean music that blends aspects of cadence, funk, and soul into a groovy island sound
His breakthrough: 2004’s “Turn Me On” from the self-titled album Kevin Lyttle, which peaked within the top 10 in 15 different countries
The next best thing to owning a labelmaker: In the decade since “Turn Me On,” Kevin has created his own label (Tarakon Records) and released subsequent records on it, including 2012’s I Love Carnival.
Collaborations: His infectious grooves have caught the ears of Flo Rida, with whom he teamed up on the song “Anywhere,” as well as Grammy-winner Mya.
What’s next: That collaboration with Mya produced the song “Bum Bum,” which is slated to headline Lyttle’s upcoming album, The Diplomat.