Binghamton, NY, March 18, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- On March 17th 2016, International superstar, Kevin Lyttle, from the beautiful Caribbean island of St. Vincent and the Grenadines lands in Binghamton, New York for two days of diversity meetings, meet & greets and a performance at The Place on Court. Lyttle partners with The Best Hip-Hop, R&B and Dance Music radio station in the area, WJOB 93.3 to bring some pre Spring Break heat to Binghamton.
Lyttle’s who is St. Vincent’s cultural ambassador has a calendar packed with discussions on cultural diversity and other youth issues. He will lunch with the Major’s office as well as meet with the Urban League, Caribbean Students Association and Boys and Girls Club. Kevin Lyttle, a former radio DJ, will take over the airways at 93.3 FM on Friday afternoon. This event will stream live. Lyttle will end his visit to Binghamton with a big performance later that night.
Kevin was thrown into the international spotlight with his breakout smash single, “Turn Me On.” Following his breakout success recording artist, song-writer, Soca enthusiast, and islander, Kevin Lyttle has been hard at work touring the world, releasing 3 follow up albums and numerous singles. In 2007, Kevin and wife Jacqueline Lyttle created his their record label, Tarakon Records. The record label recently secured a worldwide distribution deal that allows them exclusive rights to the Caribbean territory.
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