Kevin Lyttle

Kevin Lyttle

by Kevin Lyttle
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St. Vincent native Kevin Lyttle has brought the first soca hit to U.S. attention since the Baha-Men's inescapable "Who Let the Dogs Out." Lyttle's singnature song, delivered in a croon that's been compared to that of Beres Hammond, "Turn Me On," has been kicking around for a while. A big hit in St. Vincent's 2001 carnival, it was released in the U.K. in 2003, and now, with Lyttle's American debut, has become an unlikely TRL hit.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/13/2008
Label: Atlantic Uk
UPC: 0075678369926
catalogNumber: 783699

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Kevin Lyttle   Primary Artist,Background Vocals
Chuck Treece   Bass,Guitar
Troy Taylor   Background Vocals
Calibe Thompson   Background Vocals
Ezekiel Lewis   Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Bernard Edwards   Composer
Nile Rodgers   Composer
Ian Dyer   Composer
Nicholas Brancker   Composer,Producer
Terence Trent D'Arby   Composer
Craig Derry   Vocal Producer
Anastas Hackett   Composer,Producer
Arnold Hennings   Composer
Jean-Marie Horvat   Engineer
Salaam Remi   Composer,Executive Producer
Troy Taylor   Composer,Producer,Vocal Producer
Ryan Toby   Composer,Vocal Producer
Jeremy Wheatley   Producer
Winston Riley   Composer
Lynn Kowalewski   Art Direction
Craig Kallman   Executive Producer
Quinnes Parker   Composer
Marvin Scandrick   Composer
Daron Jones   Composer
Pete Karam   Engineer
Adrian Bailey   Composer,Producer
Jason Stasium   Engineer
Jeremy Harding   Producer
Nathan Malki   Engineer
Wayne Allison   Engineer
Cherry Ince   Producer
Ezekiel Lewis   Composer
Troyton Rami   Composer,Producer,Engineer
Carlos "El Loco" Bedoya   Engineer
Kameron Houff   Engineer
Brandon Howard   Composer
Kevin Lyttle   Composer
Michael Keith   Composer
Scott Storch   Producer

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Kevin Lyttle 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
i haven't heard this cd//my rating is based off of the title song off his cd, which is aiight-nothing special. he does remind me of craig david-a worse version of craig david, but he could have potential. let's hope he doesn't have just one hit song then fall off the face of the earth...