Kelvin "Lee TRBL" Lewis is an award-winning nationally sought producer, clinician, and musician that is well-versed in piano, music theory, and creative wisdom. Lee started his journey playing drums at the age of 5, playing trumpet for 9 years until braces cut his playing short. After his grandfather's funeral, he got on the organ with very little training, and hasn't gotten off it since 2004. As far as Kelvin’s outside endeavors, Kelvin’s production work has been featured in the Huffington Post, NPR Radio, Grammys, The Source, VIBE, Rap
Radar, Triple HQ.com, and many more internet publications. He won an Akademia Music Award (AMA) for his Dance/EDM project "Black EDM Matters. Lee has also been nominated for a HMIM (Hollywood Media In Music) award for his production work on Lexa Raquel's "Getting Ready." He also placed 2nd in the iStandard Producer Showcase in Phx AZ in 2016. Producing everything from EDM, House, R&B, Soul, Pop, Hip-Hop, Alternative, and Rock, Kelvin founded Kuthaus Records in 2018, and released his debut album “SAIYANMAN” available on all platforms. He has also played for a variety of major artists including Cece Peniston, Lexa Raquel, and DaLizz.
Introducing his latest single "Useless" it jumps into an odyssey from the 80s with energy arps, drums, and soulful vocals. Leading to the start off the track with nice and vibrant synths, the track takes you on a journey on it's own. Having that Edm feel to the song it surely makes it a very fun and enjoyable vibe that anyone could just dance to and let loose. It also produces this futuristic feel to the track that gives you a rush of adrenaline. I truly love the energy of this track and think who ever listens to it will as well. Go stream "Useless".