Interview With Lady Saw

Lady Saw is, of course, legendary—you don’t win the title of the queen of dancehall for being a slouch—but we were nonetheless struck by how remarkable and charismatic she is when she came through FADER TV HQ for a chat. But then, as we learned, this is a woman who’s been through so much—poverty, abuse and more—that she can’t help but be a force of strength, detailing her history and her presence with warmth and openness and ending our interview with a sincere hug. Lady Saw’s seventh studio album, My Way, is out now on her own new imprint, Diva Records. She’s earned the monikers.

POSTED October 13, 2010 1:30PM IN MUSIC TV INTERVIEWS Comments (2) TAGS: ,

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  1. Yashadosh says:

    I love her. She’s amazing. Keeping it real.

  2. Venus Sings says:

    This was a great interview. She had some really important and powerful anecdotes for women as well as lessons for performers in general. It’s great to hear from women in the reggae game!