Lescott Kevin Lyttle Combs better known as Kevin Lyttle was thrown into the international spotlight with the breakout single, “Turn Me On”. Kevin’s strong live performances of his contemporary mix of Soca, influenced by dancehall and R&B made the song a top 10 # hit & worldwide smash. Kevin Lyttle the recording artist, songwriter and Soca enthusiast has been touring the world, creating Tarakon Records, releasing his a follow up album Fyah, featuring smash singles “Fyah” “Something About You”, & “Be Alright” ft. Skinny Fabulous.
Kevin has developed hot new music featuring artists like Shaggy, fellow Vincentian, Jamesy P, Sweden along with other top artists like Medina and Rwanda’s re-knowned singer King James and Hip Hop heavy weight Flo Rida. Venturing into the Latin market he’s recorded a number of collaborations and issued remake’s of “Turn Me On” with Jewel & Randy. He has also released a remix of “Amazing” featuring Yaga y Mackie and Mr.Phillips.
Kevin’s international success has taken him on a worldwide trek performing in Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda, Tanzania, England, Germany, Sweden, Japan, India, Malaysia Sri Lanka, and Suriname to name a few. Along with Byron Lee & Arrow, Kevin performed at the Cricket World Cup opening ceremony and most recently Kevin performed before a sold out stadium crowd at Rwanda’s 2013 National Cultural Festival.
Windel Beneto Edwards better known as Gyptian was born in rural St. Andrew’s, Jamaica, north of Kingston. Gyptian grew up singing in church with his Adventist mom by day, and at dancehall sessions organized by his Rastafarian father by night. Gyptian, is a Jamaican reggae singer. Often appearing with roots reggae songs within the reggae subgenre dancehall. Like every great artist, Gyptian has layers and multiple facets to his artistry. There’s the conscious reggae singer who listeners first came to know on his breakthrough 2005 hit ”Serious Times.” Then the champion lover captivated females worldwide with his crooning on “Hold You,” the sultry island pop smash that topped charts globally in 2010. The Song caught the attention of rap superstar Nicki Minaj, who collaborated on the remix. Never one to leave his fans hanging, Gyptian has stayed active since “Hold You” took the music world by storm. He has kept his voice ringing in the dancehalls during 2011 and 2012 with his hit single “Overtime” on JA Productions and the RVSSIAN produced single “Wine Slow,” creating a viral dance frenzy worldwide. The lyric video for “Wine Slow” has amassed over 7.5 million YouTube views to date.
Gyptian has recorded a cover of Cyndi Lauper’s “True Colors” (produced by Shance C. Brown and Stanley “Rellee” Hayden) for Chevrolet and MTV Iggy’s! “Cover The World,” once again showcasing and highlighting his versatility to the global audience. Gyptian will be taking center stage performing songs from his fourth album Sex, Love & Reggae, a musically diverse set that takes the listener from dancehall to soca to global pop sounds.
“TELL DEM RAGGA SAY SO” INTERNATIONAL SOCA AWARDS “TELL DEM RAGGA SAY SO”
Writer of the 1# hit song “Right Up In Dey”.
THE 2006 BEST SOCA ARTIST AT THE INTERNATIONAL SOCA AWARDS
“Ragga” born Ian Joseph, is a native of Trinidad & Tobago. His songs, a cartel of Soca mixed with R&B, and Reggae is a fixture in the soca industry performing with top Soca acts of the Caribbean and the U.S. such as Shaggy, Rupee, Maxi Priest and David Rudder. He has graced the stages of the Apollo Theater, Madison Square Garden and Radio City Music Hall. Ragga’s goal is to deliver through his music and performances the same feeling that Caribbean’s feel to the American audiences.
KARIZMA IS A YOUNG HAITIAN 8-PIECE KONPA BAND OUT OF NEW YORK.
The orchestra has also performed at the world famous Apollo Theater, Madison Square Garden, Carnegie Hall, and Lincoln Center. In addition, the orchestra has performed at several colleges and universities such as Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Cornell and Rutgers Universities. Recent achievements include the 1st place championship in the 2000, 2001, 2002, 2006 and 2013 West Indian American Day Carnival Steelband Panorama Competition and 9th place in the 2000 World Steelband festival held in Trinidad and Tobago. In 2003, 2004, 2007, 2008 and 2011 the orchestra placed 2nd in the West Indian American Day Carnival Steelband Panorama Competition.