Kevin Lyttle, a prominent figure in soca, dancehall, and reggae music, has earned widespread recognition as the "feel good" artist. His music has a remarkable ability to uplift listeners, combining island vibes and soca rhythms in a melodious manner. Undoubtedly, his breakthrough hit single, 'Turn Me On,' stands as a testament to his success. Upon its release in 2004, the track swiftly gained popularity worldwide, securing top positions on music charts across the globe and becoming a staple on mainstream radio.
In 2001, Kevin Lyttle originally recorded 'Turn Me On' in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, utilizing his savings. Two years later, in 2003, he signed with Atlantic Records, which led to the remix of 'Turn Me On' featuring the renowned dancehall artist Spragga Benz. The remixed version was released as a single in the UK, and it soared to the No. 2 spot on the UK singles chart, maintaining a presence in the Top 10 for seven weeks. By 2004, the song had become an international sensation, reaching No. 4 in the United States, No. 3 in Australia, and achieving Top 5 positions in various European countries.
Continuing his chart-topping journey, Lyttle's self-titled debut album returned to the charts in July 2004, reaching the Top 10 in the United States and earning a Gold certification from the RIAA. In 2008, Lyttle established Tarakon Records, his very own record label. Under Tarakon and Universal Records, he released his second studio album, 'Fyah.' Even today, renowned DJs like Cheat Codes and Dante Klein contribute to the popularity of Lyttle's sound with their remix of 'Let Me Hold You (Turn Me On),' ensuring his continued presence on the charts. Meanwhile, Lyttle remains committed to delivering eclectic hits for his fans and is engaged in various new projects.