George St. Kitts
George St. Kitts returns with his debut album "Slam," three years after the release of his first single "Ready 4 U." His Music is Still R&B and his commitment to his musical endeavor is stronger. St. Kits is a professional, whose every move is made with foresight. "Slam," His debut album released under his independent label,GQ Records, kicks with energy that lives up to its name. The dance songs are fully funkified, most notably "Something Goin On," "I Want You
Back," and "Slam." St. Kitts' ten song package is balanced by well crafted ballads like "All I Need" and "Love and Respect." George St. Kitts does it all, Raps, Sings and Chats patios with the best of them. Each rack is distinct in its style, but the Crown Jewel of this collection
is "Tribute" a jazz infused number, dedicated to the late, great Miles Davis.
"Never Stop" was nominated for Best R&B Soul Recording at the 1996 Juno Awards. "Never Stop" is a 12 song CD that features the vocal talents of George St. Kitts and is produced and released on QG Records. It is also produced by John Pelosi, Dan Mazor, Tony Azzarpardi and Daren Bowler for Tazzdab Productions. All songs are written by George St. Kitts. except for "Cheek to Cheek," which was written by former Cats Can Fly members Mitch James and Dave Ashely, featuring Debbie Johnson.
George has headlined night clubs in New York and Europe. He preformed in the popular R&B and Soul Revue, Soul to Soul, at Ontario Place. Other Performances have included the Canadian Stage Production of "Once Upon An Island" at the Bluma Appel Theater, and the Studio Arena Theater in Buffalo. He has also been a guest on several of Canada's best known daytime TV talk shows.