Dancehall music in St. Vicent and The Grenadines has been very exceptional and captivating after Sita D Lyrical Diva formerly known as The First Lady decided to wholly project it in her own style.
Sita D Lyrical Diva has taken St. Vicent and The Grenadines to another level after her rendition of the song titled kitchen Dunce (From Yuh can just clap) in 2007 went Viral.
She is so far the First and only Vincentian artiste to have ever been featured on a Jamaican dancehall rhythm alongside popular international recording artistes such as “VybzKartel”, “Spice”, “Charly Blacks” and “Demarco.”
Also being the First Vincentian Dancehall Artiste to be contracted to perform regionally and internationally has positioned his country into the world of Dancehall.
Sita D Lyrical Diva has won an Association for Music Professionals Award for Dancehall Music and she remains the only dancehall artiste to be honored prestigiously that way. Other achievements includes;
First Vincentian Dancehall Artiste to win the Association for Music Professionals Awards twice,First Vincentian Dancehall Artiste to record a music video in Jamaica.- Being featured in the Jamaican Observer Newspaper in 2016.
First Vincentian artiste to compete in the International BashmentSoca Competition Barbados 2018.
First Vincentian female artiste to be featured on the cover of the Barbadian Magazine “Heat” 2018.
“Matey” my latest Official Music Video has garnered over six hundred thousand (650,00) views on YouTube and views continue to increase daily.
In addition, She has performed alongside top Jamaican artistes including “Tony Matterhorn, Beenie Man, lady Saw, Mr. Vegas, Assassin, Romaine Virgo, Jah Cure, and Tommy Lee in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. She was also invited by the Legend Bounty Killer to join him onstage to perform his classic hit “High Grade Forever” at the Black Rave Show here in 2017 and further cemented her name as the face of dancehall music in St. Vincent & the Grenadines when She performed alongside Popcaan and Sizzla in December of that same year in Jamaica.