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Kevin Lyttle


Vincentian soca artist who documented the world-wide hit ‘Change Me personally On’ in 2004 using the dancehall artist Spragga Benz. The track peaked at the quantity 4 i’m all over this the United Says’ singles graph. He worked day time jobs including traditions official and radio disc jockey. He performed in the Cricket World Glass opening wedding ceremony in Greenfield Stadium. He and his wife Dr. Jacqueline Wayne resolved in Miami, Florida. He released a duet edition of “Change Me On” with Alison Hinds in 2008.

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Full Name Kevin Lyttle
Date Of Birth September 14, 1976
Place Of Birth United States
Height 1.76 m
Profession World Music Singer
Nationality St. Vincentian
Spouse Jacqueline James
Parents Janice Lyttle
Star Sign Virgo

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Dance Central 22011Video Game performer: "Turn Me On" / writer: "Turn Me On"
Dancing with the Stars2009TV Series writer - 1 episode
Hitch2005/Iperformer: "Turn Me On Low Tide Remix" / writer: "Turn Me On Low Tide Remix"
After the Sunset2004performer: "I Got It", "Drive Me Crazy" / writer: "I Got It"



Taste the Islands with Chef Irie2015TV SeriesHimself
Showtime at the Apollo2005TV SeriesHimself
The 2nd Annual Vibe Awards2004TV SpecialHimself
Música uno2004TV SeriesHimself
The Best Hit USA2004TV SeriesHimself
Danish Music Awards 20042004TV SpecialHimself - Performer (song "Turn Me On") / Presenter (Årets danske sangerinde)
Top of the Pops2003TV SeriesHimself

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20 Most Awesomely Bad Songs of 20042004TV Special documentaryHimself

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