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Lady Saw (born Marion Hall, 12 July 1968) is a Jamaican reggae singer, known as the Queen of Dancehall and has been said by some to be the female Bob Marley. Hall was born in Galina, Saint Mary, Jamaica on 12 July 1968 and began performing with local sound systems at the age of fifteen. She went on to work with the Stereo One system in Kingston. Her performances brought her to the attention of record producers and she recorded her first single for producer Piper, and "Love Me or Lef Me", produced by Olive Shaw received significant airplay. She had her first hit with "If Him Lef" and she topped the Jamaican charts with "Good Man. She is the first female deejay to win a Grammy Award and to be certified as a triple-platinum artist. She is also the first woman to headline dancehall shows outside her native Jamaica. She launched her own record label, Divas Records, in January 2010
JUNIOR REID....Delroy "Junior" Reid (born 3 June 1965) is a Jamaican reggae and dancehall musician, best known for the songs "One Blood" and "This Is Why I'm Hot", as well as being the man that replaced Michael Rose as lead vocalist for Black Uhuru. Reid was born in the Kingston, Jamaica, and had a tough upbringing in the city's Waterhouse district, notorious for being one of the most dangerous places in Jamaica. It was there in the politically turbulent late '70s that he recorded his first-ever single "Speak the Truth" at the age of 13 for the late Hugh Mundell, released in Jamaica on Augustus Pablo's Rockers International label, and popular as an import single in the United Kingdom. UK label Greensleeves Records followed this with "Know Myself" in 1981. He then went on to form his own band, the Voice of Progress, and after a local hit with "Mini-Bus Driver" the group scored local success with an album of the same name. His vocals have been used in the hip hop scene, which first debuted as a sample on the song "One Blood Under W" from The W album by the Wu-Tang Clan, which was released on 21 November 2000. In 2006, he collaborated with West Coast hip hop artist Game on the song "It's Okay (One Blood)"; The song also samples Reid's 1990 single "One Blood". In 2011, Junior Reid teamed up with Ludacris, T-Pain, Busta Rhymes, Mavado, Bun B, Game, Twista, Jadakiss, Waka Flocka Flame, Fat Joe, Ace Hood & Birdman in the remix of Dj Khaled's "Welcome To My Hood". "Welcome To My Hood" (featuring Rick Ross, Lil Wayne & Plies) is the lead single of Dj Khaled's 5th studio album We The Best Forever.
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