After AKA and Diplo, Soca and Dancehall Sensation Kevin Lyttle also set to grace Kenyan soil over the weekend

International Soca and Dancehall legend Kevin Lyttle, yes, the one that had you grooving and dancing to those sensuous 2000s dancehall hits is coming to town this weekend.

The Vincentian soca icon, whose 2004 hit Turn Me On lit up dancefloors from Nairobi to Berlin, Accra to Rio, is going to be lighting up Nairobi at the Diamond Plaza Rooftop at a swanky Pool Party organized in conjunction with one of the city’s most-frequented party spots – the B Club.

Alongside the Jamaican sensation will be our very own grown and sexy mamacita Victoria Kimani, and DJs Sexy Spin, Purpl and the US-based Full Focus.

The After Party is then said to be at the Billionaire’s Club (B- Club) on Galana Plaza where the patrons will have the chance to meet up with and mingle with all of the stars including Kevin Lyttle himself…and all of his sexiness.

Kevin Lyttle will be just one of the many huge local and international names and personalities who will have visited and partied at the B-Club and this includes Governors, Diplomats, High-end Socialites and even members of the First Family.

Kevin Lyttle

Kevin Lyttle

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