Lady G

Janice Fyffe, born on 7 May 1968 in Spanish Town, Jamaica is a reggae and dancehall singer. ‘Man a Bad Man’ is one of her early singles in the late 90s that made her very popular in Jamaica and beyond. In 1999, this very number became a soundtrack in the Jamaican movie Third World Cop. Island Jamaica Films’ Chris Blackwell produced the action crime film Chris Browne was the director. Greensleeves released more singles for her like ‘Nuff Respect’, ‘Certain Friends’, ‘Round Table Talk,’ ‘Breeze Off,’ and ‘Girls Like Us.’ She made a grand performance in 2001 at Summerjam, a well-known European reggae festival. Lady G did many albums. God Daughter was one of her 1st released in 1995. Other albums followed after the year 2000 like M’enrage, Harmonatic and Rated G. She has displayed her talent with various riddims such as Roll On riddim, Bondage riddim, Sunflaire riddim, and the Aftermath riddim, released in 2010, 2012, 2016, and 2017 respectively, just to mention a few. Lady G has had some good music videos released on YouTube including the title track ‘Jamaica’ in 2016. She has had exposure on her appearances at the Rebel Salute and one her videos include 2020. Her performance at the Rebel Salute 2020 was phenomenal to such an extent that her fans in awe. Even after so many years of entertaining within the industry, her name stands strong.