Jannett Scott
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Album "Mystery Woman" featuring Single "See You Later My Friend
Album "Control Woman"
Album Luscious Luscious and album We're Women also album Women Ah Run Tings




JANNETT SCOTT a.k.a."Lady Luscious"2009 Canadian Reggae Music Awards “Top Female Singer Winner” for year 2008
2008 Bashment Boutique Fashions-Community Appreciation Award Winner for "Veteran Dancehall DJ"
2-Time Canadian Reggae Music Awards Top Dance Hall Style Female DJ Winner of year 1997 & 1998.
7-Time Mama J Production Appreciation Award Winner.
Toronto International Reggae Music Award “Reggae Band Winner” Of Year 2004-2005.
Former Leader/ Founder /Manager of "Women Ah Run Tings"(all female Dancehall Reggae, R&B/Hip Hop and Soul band. )
A charismatic and graceful performer who with her bold lyrics and engaging style pulls audiences into a unique and dramatic interactive exchange. Her DJ styling, singing and energized stage presence raises the temperature of any event.
Her outfits are legendary. Jannett Scott was born in St. Elizabeth, Jamaica currently living in Toronto, Canada where she composes and performs. Jannett took the world by storm when she recently toured to Florida and England with Norris Weir finished her tour in Harlem/New York at Caribbean Park Fest August 16, 2008.
Currently Conquror Promotion out of Florida is her new promoter meanwhile Dean Frazer is the producer and arranger of the new singles "Mystery Woman" and "See you Later My Friend" recorded at Tuff Gong Studio in Jamaica which is dedicated to the memory of her loving daughter Aleisha Ashley and best friend Monique Mcknight. These songs are in rotation on community stations in Canada, Florida, UK and Jamaica. Most recently, Jannett performed and presented awards at the 2009 Canadian Reggae Reggae Music Awards in Toronto and walked off with the winning award for “Top Female singer of the Year.” The following week after she co-ordinates and performed at “Bashment Boutique Fashion Community Appreciation Award” held at Jamaica Canadian Centre in Toronto in memory of Annemarie segree’s daughter Schenelle Brown and her 2 children died in Fire in Toronto.
Past performances for 2008 were: Jamaica Day Celebration Sunday July 27th held at Keelesdale Park, Jamaica Independence Celebration in Belgade/Florida Aug 2, Jamaica Independence Celebration in Brixton(England)Aug 8 whereas she was one of the headlining acts alongside “Norris Weir” formerly The Jamaicans, Caribbean Park Fest. Aug.16, 2008 in Harlem, New York. Jannett also headlined in Vancouver, BC at an event put on by Island Rock International Entertainment; West view Centennial High School Graduation Ceremony in Toronto.

After the tragic death of her daughter and her daughter’s best friend; June 2, 2007. Jannett returned to her homeland Jamaica and found strength through music. She made a guest appearances in Westmoreland, Jamaica hosted by Ron Muschette of Irie Fm featuring artists like Tarrus Riley, Munga Honorable, Jimmy Riley, Ninja Man and many more, a dance held in Round Hill, St. Elizabeth, Wedding ceremony in Mandeville/Jamaica, "Jamaica's 45th Independence Day Celebration" August 11/07 in South Bay/Florida, Naija Fest 2007 in Baltimore and 2007 Marcus Garvey Day Celebration in Toronto.
On August 5 & 6, 2006 she was one of the headling acts for "Jamaica’s 44th Independence Celebration" held in Belle Glades & South Bay/Florida. She made an appearance at the WLRN studio where as she was interviewed by Radio host and disco jockey Ital-K. In 2005 she performed at a tribute held to honor Peter Tosh put on by Jabulani Tafari of Rootz Reggae and Kulcha Magazine. This event was held in Miami/Florida. Jannett performed at Many festivals, just to name a few, Harbourfront Festival, Mariposa Festival, Hillside Festival in Guelph, Peterborough Folk Festival, Ottawa Folk Festival, Women’s Voices Festival, Michigan Wyomns Festival, Jamaica Day Celebration in Canada, Caribana Celebration in Toronto, Mayworks Festival, Northern Lights Festival Boreal in Sudbury and many others.
She has received great support from community stations CHRY105.5FM, CKLN88.1FM, and CIUT89.5FM. DJ Chocolate of CKLN Radio among others has played the song “We’re Women” as their national anthem for International Women Day. Three tracks we’re Women Remix, Luscious Luscious Remix, and Pop Pop Carhorny Remix has been use as soundtrack to the Movie Drop the Beat which was shown on CBC Television. Jannett Scott made several Television appearances: Canada’s nationwide “MUCH MUSIC”- DA MIX hosted by Master T with Women Ah Run Tings, Breakfast Television, Rogers Television, CBC NEWSWORLD “PLAY with Women Ah Run Tings”, Super Supreme Television where she performed on the morning time program; SMILE JAMAICA produced by Sandra Rose. Jannett received interview on RJR Radio with Richard “Richie B” in the past. She also performed on TVJ in Jamaica on the program MORNING TIME, and the music program; SHOW BEAT hosted by Jacky Haughton in Jamaica.
Her videos “Luscious Luscious” and “We’re Women” were shown on CVM Television and a documentary about the life of “Lady L