Lady Saw Turns the Heat up in 2012

by DRW
(Jamaica)

Lady Saw

Lady Saw

The queen of dancehall music Lady Saw seems to be going right back to her roots of the 90s. In the 1990s Saw was one of, if not, the hottest Female dancehall artiste in that era.


The queen who is now in her early fourties is still one of, if not the hottest female dancehall artiste presently in 2012.

Back in the 1990s she dominated the dancehall and night clubs with songs such as "Its Raining", "Stab Out Mi Meat", "If Him Lef", "Eh Em Eh Em" and "Sycamore Tree" amongst many others.

In the early 2000s she dropped club bangers such as "I've Got Your Man", "Loser", "Man Is The Least" and "Back Shot".

All songs mentioned above are about sex and most of them contain VERY strong and sexual subjective lyrics.

Since the start of the year 2012, she has turn up the heat even more. Releasing track such as "Mi Like Mi Mate", "Wife a Wife", "Mi Train U Man", "No Sucker" and "Mr Short Cummings". Some of these songs are in heavy rotations on radio staions and in Night clubs.

Two of her most recent releases "Mr Short Cummings" and "No Sucker" produced by Truckback Records on the S*xtape Riddim, are now the hottest topic being discussed on social media networks Twitter and Facebook.

With only three in months into the year 2012, she is already a strong contender for the female dancehall artistes for this year.

According to Saw "its just my tÍme to tun up di place now u seet"

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