Definition of sing-jay in English:

sing-jay

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noun

A DJ who raps and sings as part of their performance.
More example sentences
  • Then, it'll move to your ears when you hear the guy's mad skills, skills that go beyond novelty - tight lyrical flow, sweet reggae sing-jay vibes and crazy versatile beatboxing talent.
  • In the increasingly crowded cultural sing-jay market, he is making a name for himself.
  • This very current cat boasts a fine modern sing-jay style that comes close to Sizzla's - the pair toured together for two years recently.

Derivatives

sing-jaying

noun
More example sentences
  • In fact he already has, with his outrageous, operatic style of sing-jaying spawning endless variations among his dancehall competitors.
  • His original vocal style - imbued with great sweetness and communicativeness - which often digresses into sing-jaying, perfectly interacts with his essential, pulsating and electric rhythms.
  • Stylistically, he's a mix of Tracy Chapman and Bob Marley with a touch of Richie Spice-ish sing-jaying, but his voice just doesn't resonate.

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