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Lady G (Jamaica)
lady G is a woman who has been in the dancehall arena over decades. She copped the DJ of the year award in 1988, 89, 90, 91, 94 and 98. Small but brave, she is doing spicy dancehall till conscious reggae music.
 
Biography
For Janice Fyffe a.k.a. Lady G, the road has not always been easy but she is one determined lady who has proven that hard work in the end will always pay off.

Born in Spanish Town, St. Catherine, Lady G attended St. Joseph High School and Dunoon Technical School. Her love of music was so strong that she used to sneak out through back doors to travel around the country with the Black Scorpio Sound System. After leaving high school she soon met Denzil 'Sassafras' Naar, who noticed her talent and decided to take charge of her career. Things couldn’t have been better as he was working with top DJ Papa San. Before long Lady G was making a name for herself all over Jamaica.

Although she recorded several singles it wasn’t until she voiced 'Nuff Respect' that she set tongues wagging. For a while this was the anthem of every woman who demanded to be treated with respect. She soon followed this up with other hits such as 'Legal Rights' and 'Round Table Talk', both in combination with Papa San. Apart from placing her with the rest of the top DJs these songs also earned her DJ of the Year both in the United States and Canada. After copping those awards Lady G seemed to be attracting more like a moth to a flame.

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