It’s been over 10 years since Kevin Lyttle released his international hit Turn Me On off his self-titled debut album. The Vincentian, Miami-based soca singer is back with a new video for SLOW MOTION — a contagious visual delivered on time for the summer. The song was produced by California band trio, Bad Royale, and is a fusion of Soca, R&B and Dance.
I think there is a trend in U.S. pop music where Caribbean and afrobeat influences are very prominent in the works of many mainstream artists, including Drake and Major Lazer,”…. “To me, this is the second time that we are seeing such a cycle like over a decade ago when “Turn Me On” was breaking and artists like Sean Paul were charting. I am happy to be involved in this movement the second time around and hope that the influence results in a more permanent presence of Caribbean music in the mainstream. – Kevin Lyttle via Fader
Published drop date for the single is 7/21/17.
Watch Slow Motion here: