St. Vincent’s first female dancehall artist Vasita “Sita Di Lyrical Diva” Caine is collaborating with local videographer Rasheid Sutherland of Bossraw Media to launch a reality series called “Split Personality Life of A Female Lyricsist.”

The reality series aims to highlight Sita the Lyrical Diva’s talent as well as her versatility as she contributes to Vincy Mas 2017 and will be launched TODAY at 8:00 pm.

The series will be distributed via Social Media including the following Facebook and Instagram pages :
Vasita Caine
Sita Di Lyrical Diva
Rasheid (Boss Raw)
Austin “ZJ Powa” Cain
@Sita_music
@Bossrawmedia
@Austin Cain
The show is also scheduled to be distributed via the following Jamaican youtube pages:
KrishGeniusent
AKAM Entertainment

According to Sita, the reality series will be “very entertaining, unpredictable, funny, unique and in some instances provocative.” She has attempted to, through her show, endorse mainly businesses that are one hundred percent (100%) Vincentian;
“The Paragon Modeling Agency, Kimon Baptiste, Invest SVG, Coreas City Store, Coreas Hazels Inc, Grand View Hotel, The St. Vincent’s Brewery and the News Newspaper have confirmed sponsorship thus far, The show is indeed reality and will hence showcase everything that comes with it (reality); the good, the bad, my shortcomings, my strengths, likes, dislikes, difficulties I encounter in the music industry, everything.”

BACKGROUND ON SITA
Sita first gained popularity here with a song entitled “Kitchen dunce,” some seven (7) or so years ago and has continued to make her presence felt in the music industry. Last year Sita was featured on Tropical Punch Riddim along with some of Jamaica’s top artistes including Spice, I-octane and Vybz Kartel. The riddim (rhythm) was produced by True Gift Entertainment which is owned by International recording artiste Demarco.
Some of her other notable strides in the industry are:
The first person to be given an award by the Association of Music Professionals (AMP) for her involvement in dancehall music.
The first person to be given an award by the Association of Music Professionals (AMP) for her involvement in dancehall music twice.
The first Vincentian dancehall artiste to travel and perform internationally.
The first Vincentian dancehall artiste to film a music video in Jamaica.
The first Vincentian dancehall artiste to participate in the Barbados Reggae festival.

From press release submitted by Vasita Caine