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Sajay

Sajay

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Samantha Johnson publicly known as "SAJAY" is a dancehall singer and song writer. Born June 30, 1985 in Brighton, St. Elizabeth Jamaica, Sajay is a gifted and versatile performer with strong vocal skills, a real down to earth personality and a classy sex appeal.

Sajay realized her musical talent at a very early age and from then was determine to become a star, she started honing and polishing her craft by performing on various school activities while attending Mayday Junior High and later Manchester High where her schoolmates and the faculties would extend their appreciation for her style, vocal prowess and electrifying stage presence.

After leaving school Sajay went straight into the recording studio which resulted in several singles, her first release entitled "Crime Rate" was done on the Hands & Heart Record Label then came "Red Hot" on the Greensleeves Label "Sledge" Compilation Album, other tracks such as "Caan Done' from the Riddim Rider: Hindu Strom various artiste CD and "Weed & Fly" on the Chronic rhythm followed and many more including her latest release "Wi Nuh New Coma" which is presently being debuted in her first official music video.

Sajay is an overwhelmingly captivating performer and has proven this to be so on many occasions, her first major appearance was on GT. Taylor's Christmas Extravaganza in December of 2000 where she was invited on stage by veteran dancehall DJ Ninja man, and she delivered a stunning performance which resulted in a resounding plea by the patron for an encore.

Many live performances followed, she was a regular crowd pleaser at Club Classique in St. Elizabeth, she was showcased by Superstar Dancehall DJ Bounty Killer at Barrington Levy's Annual Reggae Show in Jamaica where she dazzled the audience, she has done numerous major shows for promoter Goddafi and recently she performed on Spring Break and she was a guest artiste on Curfew in 2011 She has also performed with and among many local mainstream artistes the likes of Beenie Man, Bounty Killer, Ninja Man, Macka Diamond, Merciless and Kiprich to name a few. She also did a stint in England in 1999.

Presently Sajay is working on new tracks for her debut album and setting the stage along with her new management team for major promotions and marketing both locally and internationally, her attitude is discipline, determination, patience and a solid game plan and she feels the rest will fall right in to place. Her future looks bright and her goal of becoming a Dance-hall Superstar is on the horizon.