Tag : Spice

Spice and Son Nicho’s “Po-Po” Re-Focuses Black Lives Matter Narrative

  Spice Queen of Dancehall and son Nicho re-focuses the Black Lives Matter narrative with the release of the music video for their collaboration song “Po-Po.”  The song expresses a mother’s protection of her male-child and the youths fear of being stopped by police.  The music video is equally impactful and set to premiere on Saturday February 26th at 12pm EST on Spice’s YouTube channel. Taken from her debut album…

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Spice Takes Her Dancehall Reign From Reality TV to the GRAMMYs

(repost from Essence.com) Only a handful of days into 2021, and Spice is already on top of the world. A Grammy nomination under her belt, a nod from none other than forever-POTUS Barack Obama, and a groundbreaking new song on the way. Amid a climate that finds most Love & Hip Hop alumni spending most of their days arguing amongst themselves on social media rather than making strides in the…

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Spice’s “Go Down Deh” on Barack Obama’s List of Favourite Songs of 2021!

Former President Barack Obama has shared his top songs of 2021! Taking to Instagram, he wrote “I’ve always enjoyed listening to a wide variety of music, so it’s no surprise that I listened to a little bit of everything this year. I hope you find a new artist or song to add to your own playlist.” Thank you Mr. Obama for including Spice’s hit record “Go Down Deh” featuring Shaggy…

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Spice’s ‘Go Down Deh’ On NPR’s ‘100 Best Songs Of 2021’

(repost from Dancehall Mag) The Grammy-nominated Queen of Dancehall Spice makes another substantial move in the North American music industry, nabbing a spot in the upper half of NPR’s 100 Best Songs of 2021 list. The Jamaican deejay logs an appearance at No. 48 with Go Down Deh, the popular bass-driven, Shaggy and Sean Paul-assisted lead single from her debut album 10. NPR writer Otis Hart coins Go Down Deh “the dancehall track of the…

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Dancehall Queen Spice Shares the Story Behind Her Signature Blue Hair!

(repost from Byrdie.com) wig closet filled with hundreds of custom blue units could easily be mistaken as a beauty obsession. For recording artist Spice, it’s much more than that. Instead, it’s a representation of her brand that she’s been building for nearly two decades and an eye-catching crowning expression of her legacy as the “Queen of Dancehall.” In case you missed it, blue hair transformations dominated our social media timelines…

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