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Sa-Deuce was an American R&B group composed of Janai Abercrombie and Paula Asiah Pierre-Lewis. They were signed to Elektra Records' subsidiary Eastwest Records. Their first release came in 1995 when they released the single "Don't Waste My Time" which was a minor success peaking at #42 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks. On March 26, 1996 Eastwest Records released the group's self-titled debut album, but it was not a success- only peaking at #79 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.

In 2001, Sa-Deuce member Paula Asiah Pierre-Lewis was one of the writers of the hit single "Family Affair" by American singer Mary J. Blige.