After eight long years hiatus, Janet-Lee Davis returns to the studio for her first official single, Pour Sugar on Me, due for release on 5th December 2021. Recorded with the legendary Lord Koos Records, this will be the first single from her upcoming eponymous EP.
Born in London in 1966, at the age of three Janet-Lee Davis moved to Jamaica where she was raised. Years of singing in the local church choir led to starting her professional career in 1981, performing as a vocalist and DJ with the St. Catherine based, Ghetto Sound. After gaining recognition she relocated to the UK, where she quickly became recognized with her solo hit for Flash ‘Never Gonna Let You Go’. 1987 marked the release of the No:1 ‘Two Timing Lover’ with Fashion Records, including the B-Side ‘Call Me An Angel’ that also featured her DJ’ing skills under the name Shako Lee.
Teaming up with Mi-Kee Koos, Davis rekindles her professional relationship with the man who first signed her to Island Records in 1990, where she recorded hits like Pleasure Seeker or Spoilt By Your Love, to name but a few. ‘It’s a joy to be working with Janet-Lee again after over a decade her voice has aged like fine wine - she’s even more mellow now.’ Says, Mi-Kee Koos.
Since 1995 she has been awarded a numerous accolades including Best Female Singer and Best UK Album by the British Reggae Industry, as well as the Bob Marley Award for Best Female Singer by the Black Arts, Sports and Enterprise Awards.
Janet-Lee has chosen to return with a Johnny Nash classic - Pour Sugar On Me. The 70’s hit that was popularized in 1976 by Judy Mowatt’s version, written in collaboration with Bob Marley.
Pour Sugar on Me, is out on all digital platforms from 5th December 2021.
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