Relatively new artist and Payday Music Group's first label signing, Sahie, has been hard at work establishing himself as a force to reckon with. Born Kiplin Reid, Sahie has already garnered quite a buzz through his singles and collaborations with notable musical talents. His song, "Bad In A Group" alongside Bounty Killer and Iyara has been doing well. Even his singles "Trap Me", "By The Will Of God" and collaboration with Bridget on "Cry" are very much worthy of attention.

AM: Bless Up.. First of all, Who is Sahie?
Sahie:Sahie is a young upcoming artist. Talented. Vibrant.

AM: Where are you originally from?
Sahie: Im from Grassquit Glades, Olympic Gardens, Kingston, Jamaica

AM: How did you get the name?
Sahie:The word Sahie mean authentic. I got it from a Muslim lady who I met, who gave me that name because of my personality.

AM: Which high school did you attend?
Sahie: I attended Tivoli Gardens High School.

AM: How did you first start doing music and why?
Sahie: I was introduced to music from being around my father's sound system named Border Patrol and from being around Gregory Isaaca.

AM: How did you and Pay Day link up?
Sahie: The introduction to Pay Day was made by my road manager, Ommie T through Nefatari who records a lot wit Pay Day Omie T and Nefatari are cousins.

AM: Which artists do you look up to, who you may get inspirations from?
Sahie: I look up to Gregory Isaacs. My inspiration is from God.

AM: What was the name of your first professional song you recorded?

Sahie: My first professional song that i recorded was "Nah No One To Stretch My Hands To"

AM: When did you realize that you wanted to do music?
Sahie: I did a demo and people loved it. Right after doing that song I decided to do music professionally.

AM: Do you view music as your career or is it just a fun thing?
Sahie: I view music as my career and my life.

AM: If you weren't doing music what would you be doing?
Sahie: If i wasn't doing music I would be playing football.

AM: How would you describe your music to people?
Sahie: My music is fresh, new, positive, and influential.

AM: What can we expect from you in the near future?
Sahie: Expect lots of good music to people's soul!

AM: Is there one thing that the people don't know about you that you would like to share?
Sahie: Im a very humble person.

AM: Since your signing with Pay Day, How different is life for you now?
Sahie: Since I link with Pay Day i have more people listening to my music and hearing SAHIE. My music is reaching a broader audience world wide. Since I met payday websites like this world wide are taking notice. I have gained a continuing growing fan base locally in Jamaica and abroad..