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Janet Kay, was born Janet Kay Bogle (the first of 6 children) in London to Jamaican parents, Clifton and Monica Bogle. Janet is a descendant of the Jamaican National Hero the Rt Excellent Deacon Paul Bogle.

As a sixties child, Janet was exposed to the singing greats, especially those from the Tamla Motown stable and as a result of the exposure and inspiration, Janet's love for singing was born.

In 1977, whilst in Secretarial College, Janet was invited by her… read more

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  • She is the Minnie Riperton of reggae.
  • lovin' you janet kay...
  • silly games, lovers rock - ahh, brings back some good memories
  • @Tr1xx when i saw her live in February and back in November she could DEFINITELY reach the notes of Silly Games. She's one amazing woman.
  • I've just seen Janet Kay perform live -AMAZING. I got to sing with her too, as well as a signed album and photo!
  • every day of my liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiffffffffffffffffeeeeee, i'm more in love with youuuuuuuuu
  • ooo bejbeee ooo ;)
  • great track,,i got the 12 inch in red vynl,she can hav my cold anytime,,atchoo
  • I wondered how she reached those incredibly high notes in Silly Games. I just read she'd a really bad cold on the day of recording which allegedly affected her voice... but she could never achieve it again

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