(Queens, NY) – On Saturday, January 21 at 11:30 p.m., dancehall sensation Kevin Lyttle will perform at Resorts World New York City’s (RWNYC) Bar 360. Known for worldwide hit “Turn Me On,” Lyttle has collaborated with dancehall artist Spragga Benz.
Lyttle, a Vincentian soca artist, studied music as a young child and has been performing since his teenage years. He recorded the hit “Turn Me On,” as a soca ballad in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines in 2001. The song became a minor hit through the Caribbean. In 2003, Lyttle recorded a remix of “Turn Me On” with Atlantic Records, which was officially released as a single in the UK with Spragga Benz’s guest vocals. The song hit number two in the UK and became a worldwide hit in 2004.
Lyttle released a hit along with Mya, “Bum Bum” in 2015. Most recently, he released the Soca, R&B and dance fusion single “Slow Motion,” featuring provocative lyrics and an exciting collaboration with Grammy Award winner Shaggy.
Lyttle will also be doing a sold-out meet & greet before the performance. This will be his second time performing at Bar 360.
WHO: Kevin Lyttle
WHAT: Performance and Meet & Greet
WHERE: Resorts World Casino New York City
110-00 Rockaway Blvd
Jamaica, New York 11420
WHEN: Saturday, January 21, 2017
11:30 p.m. – Performance
About Resorts World Casino New York City
Resorts World Casino New York City (RWCNYC) is the only casino in New York City, offering over 10 million guests annually an unparalleled gaming and entertainment experience while generating over $1.7 billion for the State’s education system since opening in 2011. RWNYC is operated by the Genting Group, a global company founded in 1965, operating destination resorts in Malaysia, Singapore, the Philippines, the United Kingdom, the Bahamas, the United States and all four oceans through its Star Cruises and Crystal Cruises brands. Genting has more than 50 years of experience in the travel and leisure industry and collectively employs approximately 60,000 people while offering an unparalleled resort experience to over 50 million visitors a year worldwide.