Kevin Isaacs is a singer/songwriter from Kingston, Jamaica. Born on 9 September 1979, Kevin is the son of legendary reggae superstar the late Gregory Isaacs. Kevin has been singing from the age of 13, his first song recorded at that age was entitled “Thought we were friends”.
Kevin’s debut album, “Father & Son”, released in 2000 was an album featuring himself and his father which was released on the Maritime label. Kevin has also completed a solo album which was written and produced by himself and his father which also includes his father on many tracks singing backing vocals. This album is soon to be released. Kevin has appeared on compilation albums such as Joe Gibbs presents Inner City Roots and Jet Star’s Big People Music Vol. 12. He has also written and produced singles entitled “Come on home” and “Revolutionist” for which he also has a video. Kevin has recently written songs entitled “If you leave”, “Red carpet” and his latest single “Stand and fight” which were produced by Bobby Digital for which Kevin is executive producer for his label Kevin Isaacs Music.
Kevin is a versatile artist and though he has a style and sound which is akin to that of his father, he also has his own sound.
Kevin has also toured extensively with his father throughout America, Europe, Africa and the Caribbean.
Kevin’s father, the late Gregory Isaacs was not only Kevin’s father but also his idol and he aspires to continue his legacy which he knows would make his father very proud.