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Lady Saw ready to 'walk out' with Sunday to Sunday

Dancehall's most loved diva, Lady Saw, is in 'walk out' mode, and she's proclaiming it to the world. The lady has delivered the singles Sunday to Sunday and Your Man, songs which have surely found a groove within the dancehall and are getting love from radio. 
"The women just love the vibe and the lyrics of the songs and they go wild when they hear it, when I perform the songs live, it's just mad, If you know whe you man deh from Sunday to Sunday, gal walk up inna di video gal and just talk up ...." Lady Saw says, quoting a line from her hit singleSunday to Sunday that is currently in the number three spot on HYPE TV TOP 20 SINGLE CHART. 
The singles have been making such an impact that Saw will be making a medley video, a popular and creative way of getting two or more songs in video rotation at the same time. She explained that the passage of tropical storm Gustav caused her to postpone the original video shoot, however, as soon as it is rescheduled she will give out the new date. 
“Video director, Nordia Rose and I are trying to find a suitable date," Saw said. 
On these two songs, Lady Saw chose producers she likes to work with — Christopher Birch and Stephen McGregor. Undeniably, two of dancehall's most talented and prolific producers, McGregor and Birch seem to have a magic touch when it comes to building ‘riddims’ that have huge dancehall appeal and their projects are straight from the hit factory. So, it should come as no surprise that when the top producers collaborate with the top female act the production is one that is headed for the top of the chart. 
Lady Saw, who recently returned from a highly successful European tour, says she is looking forward to returning to that continent in December for a series of shows with fellow dancehall act, Ce’cile. 

Artist: Lady Saw   Posted: 13 Sep 2008

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