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Sajay Is No Newcomer‏

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Fast rising female deejay and CEO of Crab Up Management, Sajay, is creating quite a stir in the dancehall and on the airwaves with her latest single titled Nuh New Cama. She recently shot a supporting music video for the single that was produced by Kirk Kirkland of Hit Squad records. The video was directed and produced by Terminal Four Media.

“My new song is getting a lot of ratings in the dancehall; it is also getting a lot love on radio. Right now I am getting ready to drop the video for it and it is a very hot video, I am very pleased with the way it came out. I wrote the script for it and we all put a lot of hard work into it to get the results we wanted,” said the artist.

Determined not to lose focus as she prepares for a bright future in the music business, Sajay whose real name is Samantha Johnson is working overtime on the promotion of Nuh New Cama. She is also promoting another song titled Screw Driver which is an edgy safe sex anthem, she will dropping a YouTube video for it soon.

“I have been very busy in the streets promoting my songs, I go to all the dances round town and promote my songs. I am also planning to launch a t-shirt and poster campaign soon, I am confident that Nuh New Cama is going to take my career to a whole new level, everywhere I go people tell me they love it, so I am doing everything to push it.”

Sajay realized her musical talent at an early age and decided very early in her life that she wanted to be a star. She honed her craft by performing on various school events while attending Mayday Junior High School and later Manchester High School.

After she graduated from high school she began her recording career in Kingston. Her first single titled Crime Rate was released on the Hands & Heart label; it was quickly followed up by Red Hot on the Green Sleeves label’s Sledge compilation album. To date she has recorded a number of singles some of which have been featured on numerous dancehall compilations that have been released overseas.
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