"This tracks depicts the reality of where I come from and the type of creation in music that has made me successful," reveals Lyttle, on his inspiration for the song. "I really didn't want to do another 'Turn Me On' so I came back with something that is still classic Kevin Lyttle but something that's still original."
Recently completing his Miami-based studio, Lyttle has been busy recording with various producers and touring the world. From China, Japan, Egypt, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, India, Australia, Suriname and throughout Europe, he continues his journey as a globe-trotting Caribbean music ambassador.
Lyttle shot to international fame when his sexy single "Turn Me On" grooved all the way to number four on the Billboard Hot 100 Pop Chart, representing soca music in the mainstream market in a way that's never been done before, and hasn't been done since. The track was from his self-titled debut album on Atlantic Records, back in 2004.
Now following the same formula for success with his fusion of soca, dancehall and R&B, Lyttle is poised to bring the sounds of soca back into the mainstream, in a way that only he can. "I'm bringing those sexy, party, romantic, fall-in-love, meet-someone-on-the-dance-