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Janice Fyffe (born 7 May 1968), better known as Lady G, is a female dancehall and reggae deejay. She is best known for her song "Man a Bad Man" from the film Third World Cop. Lady G's other songs include "Nuff Respect", "Round Table Talk" (with her mentor Papa San), "Certain Friends", "Breeze Off" and "Girls Like Us" as a featured artist. She records on the label Greensleeves.
|Birth name||Janice Fyffe|
|Born||7 May 1968|
Spanish Town, Jamaica
Lady G gave a stand out performance at Rebel Salute 2020.
The Girls Like Us deejay captured the attention of male, as well as female, patrons upon strutting on to the stage in her platform shoes, patterned pants and black mesh blouse that showed a fit physique, and cool melanin skin, complemented by her tapered blond haircut.
On night two, it was the same including Rhoda Isabella, Lady G and Queen Ifrica. 
- Lady G at AllMusic
- "Splash! 2001 another level!". The Germaican Observer. July–August 2001. Archived from the original on 12 October 2006. Retrieved 30 March 2019.
- "Rebel Salute 2020 | Lady G, Minister Grange lobby for more women on the big stage". jamaica-gleaner.com. 19 January 2020. Retrieved 21 January 2020.
- "Rebel Salute 2020 | Lady G, Minister Grange Lobby For More Women On The Big Stage". jamaica-gleaner.com. 19 January 2020.