The outspoken dancehall Queen who sings “Mi want a scamma man from mobay .Cah mi hear she dem money se a waymi woulda gi him my body every day cah mi know she money afi pay." has received some scrutiny by several radio stations who deemed the subject too controversial to air. The witty Lady Saw cleared the air and took time to explain the lyrical content, she explained "I record the song “Scamma”, because scamming is a big thing right now. I came up with the title after performing at a show in Mobay,"
"Hot Steel Riddim" also features multi-award winner Capleton "Stay Suh", Bramma "Fashion Police", up and coming artist from Capleton's David House crew Ffurious with "Out A Me Life", rising star Da'Plan "Waste A Time" and CeeGee "Gweh" and will be available on iTunes in the spring.
ABOUT DIGITAL VIBEZ:
The 2 time chart topping billboard engineer and Grammy winner for working on Sean Pauls "Dutty Rock Album" and Beenie Mans "Art & Life" Album and Multi Platinum Musician Producer and Song Writer Gary ''Shanguly'' Samuels and Michael "MadVibez" Thompson are responsible for such musical offerings as 90's Riddim, Savali Riddim, Herbal Dance Riddim, Kabaka Pyramid "This Must Be Love" featured on his debut EP and Chronixx award winning hit single "Odd Ras" featured on Rockstar Games "Grand Theft Auto V".
Preview Hot Steel Riddim HERE
Also, check out Lady Saw's Scamma interview:
> Lady Saw addresses controversial "Scamma" song [Interview]