Fresh off his six continent tour, multi platinum selling recording artiste and Vincentian cultural ambassador, Kevin Lyttle, is confirmed to host the 33rd Reggae and World Music awards.

The awards will take place on Saturday, October 4th at the Coral Springs Centre for the Arts, Coral Springs, Fort Lauderdale.

During the International Reggae and World Music awards, Lyttle will be presented with the special International Award of Honour for his major contributions to the music industry over the years.

Kevin Lyttle is best known for his hit single “Turn Me On” which hit the Billboard charts in 2004. On September 1st single “Feel So Good” featuring Grammy Award winner, Shaggy and recently completed a press week in New York which included interviews at SIRIUS XM, Arise TV and Revolt TV.

The Awards show will showcase the best Reggae, Caribbean, Haitian, African and World Music entertainers. The event will include performances from the likes of Walshy Fire, Everton Blender, Etana, and Gyptian among others.

Nominees include International recording artiste Sean Paul, Reggae sensation Chronixx, EDM outfit, Major Lazer, Tessanne Chin, Nicki Minaj, Konshens, Mavado, I-Octane and Snoop Lion among others.