2020 has started on a good note for the reigning Africa dancehall king, Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr known best as Shatta Wale.
Jamaican hottest female dancehall crooner Spice according to information reaching this website has made a courtesy call on the Ghanian dancehall singer for a negotiated collaboration.
This is a news worth a table of celebration. Spice is is a well known Reggae dancehall performer in Jamaica and known worldwide as “the dancehall queen” without a contender.
ABOUT SPICE (wiki)
Born Grace Latoya Hamilton known professionally as Spice, is a Jamaican dancehall recording artist, singer and songwriter. Beginning her career in the early 2000s, she had her first major success with the controversial single “Romping Shop” with Vybz Kartel in 2009.
Spice’s debut EP So Mi Like It, which included the hit single of the same name, was released in 2014 through VP Records. In 2018, she joined the cast of VH1‘s reality television series Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta. Later that year, she released her first full-length project, a mixtape titled Captured, which debuted at number one on the Billboard Reggae Albums chart. Referred to as the “Queen of Dancehall“, Spice is one of the most popular female dancehall artists in the world.
In 2009, Spice received the Excellence in Music and Entertainment (EME) Award for “Female Deejay of the Year”. At the Youth View Awards in Jamaica, she won three awards: “Best Female Performer”, “Favourite Local Female Artiste” and “Young, Hot & Hype Female”. In July 2009, she signed to VP Records for a multi-album deal.
She again received the “Female Deejay of the Year” award at the 2010 EME Awards. Her single “Slim vs. Fluffy” featuring dancehall artist Pamputtae peaked at number 1 on the Canadian Dancehall/Reggae Singles charts.
That year she also released her single “Jim Screechie”. In 2011, Spice was featured on Gappy Ranks‘s “Whatever We Like”, released as a bonus track on his album Thanks & Praise. She later released a remix for her song “Fun” featuring rapper Missy Elliott and collaborated with Mýa on the single “Take Him Out” from Mýa’s sixth album K.I.S.S. (Keep It Sexy & Simple). Spice also performed the song with Mýa at Reggae Sumfest that year. A music video for “Take Him Out” was released in 2012.
Spice has ventured into other businesses and industries. In 2009, Spice opened her clothing boutique Spicey Couture in Kingston. The boutique expanded by opening further branches across the island.
In 2010, Spice opened a beauty salon called Spicey Salon in Kingston. She also opened a sports bar and lounge called 8 Ball, located in her hometown Portmore.
In May 2019, Spice launched Faces and Laces, an online beauty store that initially offered a line of wigs. Later that year, cosmetic products were added to her beauty line.
In 2018, Spice founded the Grace Hamilton Women Empowerment Foundation (GHWEF) in Jamaica. The foundation was set up in order to “uplift young women and groom them towards success”. The foundation aims to enrich women through business and entrepreneurship.