Kevin Lyttle - Fyah FLAC album
Style: Dancehall, Soca
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Fyah is the second studio album by Vincentian singer Kevin Lyttle. It was first released in 2008 on Lyttle's own label Tarakon Records. Similarly to Lyttle's debut album, Fyah was produced by a team of various producers, blending soca, dancehall and other genres of Caribbean music. The album included a re-recording of his most famous song, "Turn Me On", featuring popular Barbadian soca singer Alison Hinds.
Executive-Producer – Allison Hunte, Kevin Lyttle. 8), Godfrey Cherry Ince (tracks: 7), Josh Schwartz (tracks: 2), Kevin Lyttle (tracks: 1 to 18), Kevin Rudolf (tracks: 5), Lawrence Nacht (tracks: 5), Mark Cyrus (tracks: 3), Marvin Scandrick (tracks: 16), Mats Berntoft (tracks: 4, 6), Michael Keith (tracks: 16), Mikey Hulsmeier (tracks: 1, 9, 10, 17, 18), Nigel Staff (tracks: 15), Odwin Trenton (tracks: 9), Parry Jack (tracks: 13), Phillip Linton.
Album · 2009 · 17 Songs. Fyah (Tony Moran and Warren Riggs Club Mix). 18 Songs, 1 Hour 6 Minutes. Released: Dec 15, 2009. 2008 Tarakon Records. More By Kevin Lyttle.
Kevin Lyttle is the self-titled debut studio album by Vincentian singer Kevin Lyttle. The album was released in 2004 and included the hit "Turn Me On", which went to top 5 in many countries worldwide. Studio album by. Kevin Lyttle. a buoyant mix of soca, dancehall, modern reggae, and American R&B and soul". Tom Horan of The Daily Telegraph described the album as "beautifully judged," comparing Lyttle's voice to Marvin Gaye.
Singles & EPs. Play. Close to you. Raised on the island of St. Vincent, Kevin Lyttle immersed himself in local music at a young age, and started writing his own songs at 14. Inspired by the traditional soca sound as well as American hits (especially Michael Jackson), he performed in various talent shows around the Caribbean, honing his skills and working on new material.
Turn Me On" is such a perfect grind jam it's no surprise the album tries to recapture it. It almost does with "Never Wanna Make U Cry," "I Got It," and "My Lady," but tracks like the Ricky Martin wannabe "Mama Mia" and the goes-nowhere "Ya Kiss" don't deserve their company. Luckily, 13 tracks means you can skip the filler and still be left with a decent amount of good material.
Kevin Lyttle (born Lescott Kevin Lyttle Coombs, September 14, 1976) is a soca artist hailing from Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, who had a worldwide hit with the interpellative soca ballad, "Turn Me On", which was recorded by Lyttle and the dancehall artist Spragga Benz.
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Featuring [Vocals] – Problem Child
|3||Fyah (Tony Moran And Warren Rigg Radio Mix)
Remix – Tony Moran & Warren Rigg
|4||Fyah (Tony Moran And Warren Rigg Club Mix)
Remix – Tony Moran & Warren Rigg
- Record Company – Universal Music K.K.
- Mastered By – Will Quinell*
- Producer – De Red Boyz
- Producer [Additional Production], Keyboards, Programmed By, Engineer, Mixed By – Warren Rigg (tracks: 3, 4)
- Written-By – Darryl Henry, Kevin Lyttle, Mikey Hulsmeier, Scott Galt, Shertz James (tracks: 2)
Notes(P)&(C) 2008 Nayutawave Records, a division of Universal Music K.K.
Fyah is from the album of the same name (catalogue no. UPCH-29017), which was released by Universal Music K.K./Nayutawave Records on 27 August 2008.
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