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Lady G - career update
30 September 05
Lady G paving a positive path for her children to follow.
Lady G says when she looks back at her musical archives, there isn't any material that she regrets recording.
With over 17 years of experience in the dancehall, Lady G (real name Janice Fyffe) says that the material that she puts out is reflective of who she is as an individual.

"My kids are my pride and joy, so I have to set a positive example for them. The kind of material that I deejay is what I am about," said Lady G in a recent interview.

She recently created some waves with her counteraction to Kip Rich's recent number one hit Telephone Ting which she titled Woman Intuition. Her latest single Return To Sender is a counteraction to another Kip Rich recording, The Letter.

"It wasn't my idea to counteract Telephone Ting. It was actually my brother Pancho who suggested it and he sat and wrote the song and the vibes was really great, the Feedback was tremendous. It brought back the man and woman vibes that Papa San and I had back in the days when we did those counteraction songs. And then I decided to counteract the other Kip Rich song. Trust mi, I think it will work," Lady G said.

Lady G's career has been littered with a string of successful hits. Earlier this year she teamed up with Macka Diamond on Want A Man. Prior to that songs including Nuff Respect, Round Table Talk, Legal Rights, Breeze Off, Half My Age (with Sanchez), Woman (with Marcia Griffiths and Me Or The Gun were big chart toppers.

Looking back, Lady G said that the collaboration Girls Like Us that she recorded with Chrissy D which peaked at number five on the UK Singles chart, gave her the kind of monetary compensation that had evaded her since she began recording.

"The success of Girls Like Us was indeed a great experience for me. We were competing with people like Britney Spears and Lucy Pearl on the British charts. We even performed on Top of the Pops. That's the only song I can look at a royalty statement and say yes, this is money," Lady G said. "There is nothing I would change about my career. I am still here doing my thing and I have to give God thanks for the path that my career has taken."

Lady G began her career deejaying on Maurice 'Jack Scorpio' Johnson's Black Scorpio sound system. Later she recorded her first single Ghetto Rock.

"I used to go the dances early at night and reach back home early in the morning. It was a lot of sacrifice, but I did it for the love of it. Later down it was Nuff Respect that I recorded for Gussie Clarke which really made people start to pay attention to me. After I performed at Sting in 1988, my career took off and I got my first overseas show in Grand Cayman," she said.

A winner of the Female DJ of the Year title on numerous occasions, Lady G says that music had always been in her blood. Hadn't her career worked out she would've gone into mechanics or she would have started an auto parts store. Her father Krimo Fyffe is a musician who has played bass guitar for the likes of Cornell Campbell and Beres Hammond.
"I didn't grow with my father. But people like Robbie Shakespeare and Beres Hammond, they know of him. He used to work with them," Lady G said.

A mother of three, Lady G says that motherhood hasn't affected her career in a negative way. "It doesn't affect me in a bad way. When you don't hear from me, I am taking care of my kids. They keep me going. They let me have a purpose to live for. I enjoy helping them with their homework and taking them to school," she said.

As to whether she would want her children to follow in her footsteps she said: "I can't make their decision for them but if they show interest, I would prefer them to finish their education first. The two girls they love the music, but my son says he wants to become a lawyer."

Lady G is currently working on completing an album with producer Phillip 'Fattis' Burrell and his Exterminator label.
"Since I went to Europe with Marcia Griffiths earlier this year, the fans were asking for the album. The album is the thing, and I am half way through it," she said.

She lists fellow recording artistes including Capleton and Sizzla among her musical influences.
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