Queen of Dancehall and Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star Spice took a break from promoting her upcoming debut album to share photos and videos of her trip to the motherland.
|Real Name||Grace Latoya Hamilton|
|Date of Birth||August 6, 1982 (age 38 years old)|
|Net Worth||$3 Million|
Spice, whose real name is Grace Layota Hamilton, has
been making music since 2000, giving her ample time to collect a
dedicated fanbase and to have a number of collaborations, acts with other artists, and work with several labels. Her debut song was the controversial “Romping Shop,” which she did alongside Vybz Kartel in 2009.
Her very first debut was in 2000, at the annual Sting festival. This was her first major performance, and from there she earned a reputation for her
ability to perform, even if she didn’t quite have a hit record to show for it.
Spice began to tour around the world, and while she was in the UK, she managed to collaborate with Dave Kelly. This began a series of collaborations that hasn’t stopped to this day.
“Romping Shop” spent 15 weeks on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop songs chart, peaking in 76th . However, due to the lyrical nature of the song, it
was banned by the Jamaica Broadcasting Corporation. This didn’t stop the song from achieving fame elsewhere in the world though, ending up at number 9 on the 50 Best Dancehall Songs of All Time by Pitchfork, as well as Billboard’s “12 Best Dancehall & Reggaeton Choruses of the 21 st Century.”
Spice News and Updates
Queen of Dancehall and Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star Spice has revealed that her upcoming album 10 is now available for pre-order on iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon Music, and other popular streaming services.
Shenseea’s Run Run may be taking criticism for its supposed 'satanic' imagery, but the music video is No. 1 in Jamaica. Run Run, released July 16 on Rich Immigrants/Interscope Records, is the first song off the Dancehall star’s upcoming debut album that is yet to receive a title and release date.
Queen of Dancehall and Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta star Spice and her boyfriend Justin Budd are still going strong.
Queen of Dancehall and Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta (LHHATL) star Spice has shared the cover art for her debut album 10.
The Queen Of Dancehall Spice says her debut album has been delayed by one week. TEN, which was some 10 years in the making and set to be released on July 30, will instead be released on August 6, her 39th birthday.
The Dancehall throne may be up for grabs as the top women in the genre take on the international scene.
We’ve just kicked off the second half of 2021 and we are definitely outside and making up for lost party time!
Grammy award-winning Reggae artist Koffee continues to make history. Her song Toast has long surpassed 100 million views on YouTube making her the only Jamaican woman to reach that mark with one music video.
There’s many ways to pay it forward; just ask Queen of Dancehall Spice who recently schooled Sean Paul’s wife, Jodi Jinx Henriques, on the dip-it-low dance moves to her hit single Go Down Deh and helped to deliver a little payback.
Dancehall artist Spice says her song Black Hypocrisy is her most underrated piece of work. The dancehall megastar shared her opinion when she made a special appearance on Jodi Jinx’s Twosday with Tricky YouTube show on Tuesday (July 6), where she talked candidly about her upcoming album Ten.
Dancehall titan Spice spent a second straight year clubbing with Missy ‘Misdemeanor’ Elliot and the industry’s finest on the rap queen’s birthday.
Queen of Dancehall Spice recently sent tongues wagging with her comments on the origins of hip hop.
Now that Dancehall legend Shaggy has fixed things between VP Records and Spice, she will finally release her debut studio album TEN next month.
Queen of Dancehall and Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta star Spice is set to release her debut album, TEN, on July 30, 2021, after 22 years in Dancehall.
Shaggy says current Dancehall artists are trying to fix something that wasn’t broken, with their penchant for Trap beats over authentic Dancehall riddims.
Gather ’round, the Queen of Dancehall and Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star Spice has announced that she will be giving away her pricey Dolce & Gabbana blazer worth US$4,995 that she wore during her interview on The Wendy Williams Show last Friday.
Queen of Dancehall and Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta star Spice says she loves Chet Hanks and had plans to remix his controversial White Boy Summer song.
Dancehall Queen Spice has made it clear that she will continue to use her platform to speak out about colorism.
Jamaican Dancehall hitmakers Spice, Shaggy, and Sean Paul appeared in arguably their best Go Down Deh performance yet after a flawless appearance on the Wendy Williams Show this morning.