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Even while international platinum soca artist Kevin Lyttle is working on a new upcoming single featuring Legendary Diamond artist Shaggy titled “Feel So Good”, he still finds time to tweet about the new Boy Face single titled BUSY that he makes a surprise guest appearance on. Kevin Lyttle is well known for his smash hit single “Turn Me on” that is a timeless classic with good rhythms and vibes. He and Boy Face recently collaborated on the BUSY song after being introduced by Guillermo of Perpetual Motions Ent, who also manages Boy Face. Boy Face’s new single was premiered at the 2014 Lustig Festival in Suriname by DJ Wolffman, who remixed the single. DJ Wolffman has remixed songs for artists such as Pitbull, Daft Punk, Snoop Dogg, and Timati and has now added his production credits to Boy Face’s new BUSY single. So just who is Boy Face to be working with such prominent musicians? Boy Face is a New Orleans born artist with quite a few Google pages full of projects. He is managed by Perpetual Motions Entertainment based in the Netherlands, and has most recently received radio spins for his 2010 single “Mirror” featuring Mike Rose. Since 2010, Boy Face has opened up for Juelz Santana’s Skull Gang, Choo Biggz, and Maino in NYC where he now resides. In 2005, Boy Face (under the alias Lix,) was recruited by Daz Dillinger and Kurupt of Snoop Dogg’s Dogg Pound Imprint for a brief Dogg Pound Next Generation group project. Since the end of that project he has remained an independent artist under his own F Pac Records label since 2008. While with the Dogg Pound Next Generation (DPNG,) he was receiving regular radio spins in Tulsa, Oklahoma for a radio single “Still Blazin”. Boy Face has most recently been networking within the Entertainment industry being spotted at red carpet events like Kevin Hart’s “Let Me Explain” movie premier in NYC last year and more recently Wendy William’s 50th Birthday Bash in NYC this summer. Having moved from New Orleans as a kid to Seattle, WA, Boy Face has long written about the gang culture he experienced on the west coast and is also transitioning to writing pop, RnB and EDM. Boy Face's last mixtape “On The Run” has helped create a street buzz this summer. Internet radio also embraced his “Detox” single featuring Mac Lucci of the Dogg Pound imprint in 2009 and 2010. Now, Boy Face has worldwide ambitions having launched the BUSY single featuring Kevin Lyttle on Coast 2 Coast FM radio, and Top 40 Suriname radio. The single is now also affecting nationwide radio in the US. The Netherlands, and Spain are on target to put the new Boy Face single into rotation, and Brazil has requested the new BUSY video for television while the single gains momentum. Boy Face has always been a fan of the legendary Kevin Lyttle and says he learned a lot from him from the time they recorded the single in the studio. Their collaboration on the single will give the fans something they’ve been waiting for: Kevin’s sensational singing voice combined with Boy Face’s witty lyrics and distinct rap voice. Legendary artist/writer Rootsy also makes a cameo on the song to add a reggae/Caribbean vibe to the song. Boy Face is honored to have a legend like Kevin Lyttle re-tweeting the song on twitter, and anticipates when they hit the stage together soon to perform BUSY. Djs everywhere should add this song to their radio playlist, and fans should get the BUSY single on iTunes and the all new Boy Face “THOT PROCESS” album now available digitally worldwide. Boy Face also has a club single titled “New York Dimelo” affecting clubs everywhere soon! Boy Face may be recognizable by his Will Smith/Usher style boyish looks, but his work ethics will soon have record labels writing man sized checks.