b. Janice Fyffe, 7 May 1968, Spanish Town, Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies. Fyffe began DJing with the Maurice Johnsonâ€™s Black Scorpio sound system and her reputation soon spread. Her initial recording came in 1988 with producer Gussie Clarke who utilized J.C. Lodgeâ€™s hit â€˜Telephone Loveâ€™ for Lady Gâ€™s â€˜Nuff Respectâ€™. The song was a warning to all chauvinists and has since become an anthem among ragga girls. Championed as the sistersâ€™ DJ, she recorded in combination with Papa San the hit â€˜Round Table Talkâ€™, which topped the Jamaican charts. The duo performed a comical altercation, in which Lady G won the squabble. Other hits prior to a temporary sabbatical included â€˜Rock Backâ€™ and â€˜Is It Me Or The Gunâ€™. The lapse in her career allowed Lady G as a single mother to spend more time with her two children. In 1994 she returned to the stage, performing a stunning presentation at the annual Fresh concert. In the spring of 1995 she performed in combination with Chevelle Franklin â€˜The Real Slamâ€™, in response to the many male DJ records on that theme initiated by Beenie Man. Lady G and Franklin also recorded with Exterminator the conscientious â€˜Thank Youâ€™, riding the â€˜No Woman No Cryâ€™ rhythm, and also â€˜Love And Hateâ€™ at Donovan Germainâ€™s Penthouse studio, reaffirming the success of the duo. In 1997 she joined Danny Browneâ€™s Main Street Crew and recorded, in combination with Crissy D. , â€˜Provide The Wineâ€™. In 2000 Lady G and Crissy D teamed up with the UK-based B15 Project for, â€˜Girls Like Usâ€™.Portions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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