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Spice Reveals Her Mystery Lover ! Meet Justin The ‘RastaMan’

Surprise ! The Queen of Dancehall has revealed her ‘mystery man‘ on his birthday during their weekend getaway in Mexico.

Justin & Spice

Our mystery man, well mystery to many, has now been given a name and it’s Justin Budd ! Grace’s Tall, Dark and Rasta-Hair styled beau is an executive producer and a director of photography of his own business Jbudd Media Group operating in the United States Of America.

The news broke via Spice’s Official instagram page where she posted several images expressing deep affection with Justin and a hearfelt caption wishing him a Happy Birthday and professing the impact of his love into her life.

Related:Spice Teases ‘Mystery Man’ On Social Media

Spice and Lover Justin

“Help me wish mi nice clean man Happy birthdayyyyy @jbuddmedia today belongs to you baby. I’m glad we started this journey, because you easily bring out the better version of me. Thank you for being such a great father figure to my kids and a Awesome lover to me. Watch love over yah so 😍 Mi a skin out all weekend bye #RastaLove ❤️❤️❤️❤️

Captioned Spice On Instagram.

Related:Spice Finally Receives Her MTV Movie & TV Award For Love & Hip Hop Atlanta Reality Show

It is unknown to us at British Linkz, for exactly how long the two have been intimately involved, however Spice seems extremely elated for his interjection in her life and wouldn’t trade him for anyone else.

The two are currently still in Mexico on a very private and exclusive birthday retreat for Justin ‘s birthday and it is rumored that Spice recorded an entire single dedicated to her beau titled ‘Rasta Man

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Bounty Killer disses Alkaline After BRT Performance In Florida

Bounty Killer tries to undermine his longtime rival Alkaline once again

On Saturday, the Dancehall veteran took to social media to uploaded a video of Alkaline performing at BRT Weekend in Miami, Florida.

Killer used the opportunity to take jabs at the Vendetta deejay shutting down claims that he was running the music industry, “A DEM YA DEM SAY AGO RUN DANCEHALL A DEM A RUN WEH DANCEHALL YES?? Big BRT Weekend calm like a desert ?,” he wrote.

Bounty Killer continued by dubbing Alkaline the “most boring artiste alive.”

“The formula tun funeral ⚰️ The dead man himself go watch back how we deal wid beach parties a forth clarence in our prime next 3yrs it ago sticky bad Most Boring Artiste Alive,” Killer added. “Dem germs ya can dis mi and get away unuh wait until mi head chip out again the business got to be cleanse bounty the cleanser??Stone Inna Di Hog Penn Who First Ago Squeel Out!.”

Bounty Killer reignited his longstanding feud with Alkaline in August after he labeled the “Formula” star as the “biggest Freakazoid” in Dancehall history during a lengthy Instagram rant.

Alkaline did not take such a public route as his veteran counterpart as he chose to DM his insults directly to the Dancehall legend saying “S*ck out yuh mumma yah b*tch.”

It will be interesting to see Alkaline’s response this time around.

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Unruly Squid Unwinds With Romieikon; talks Popcaan, Unruly Fest & Unruly Ent

Annalecia Sutherland, popularly known as Unruly Squid, decided to pop in on the BLZHub live and unwind with Romieikon.

Unruly Squid began by briefly expounding on her upbringing in St Thomas, passion for music and entertainment, Naughty talk, her sons, being Popcaan‘s manager, her favorite songs from Popcaan and much more.

Squid concluded the intro segment of the sit-down stating that she’s best defined as “fearless,” that is packaged with much more than what meets the naked eye.

Squid stated that she has a natural knack for Fashion, and is actually a trained and certified Stylist who’s currently working on a few projects set for a 2019 release.

Popcaan, Mr Eazi connects to the African massive with ‘Body So Good’ remix

The sit-down lasted approximately two hours, as both Squid and Romeikon captivatingly, but also humorously covered a wide variety of topics from social commentary to her favorite singles from her biological brother Popcaan.

More notably, Squid spoke about how much effort is placed into the preparations for the Forever album, her latest business venture Blink Lashes, Popcaan’s USA debut, Unruly Entertainment’s work ethic and global recognition of their brand.

Squid concluded the interview by inviting fans and well-wishers to her birthday celebration inside club Taboo on November 2 and 3rd at Kingston and Montego-Bay respectively.

She also urged fans to continue supporting the Forever album as she believes it’s Grammy imminent and to look out for his first annual trademark event UnrulyFest December 22nd.

Top highlights of the interview are available on BLZ’s IG Tv;





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Wesrok and Laa Lee Collaborate On ‘Is There a Party’

After the success of his collaboration with dancehall recording artiste Masicka, country-reggae artiste Wesrok has released another collaboration with Laa Lee.

This has come as a surprise to several fans who didn’t expect this unlikely fusion. The ‘Poor Country Boy’ singer has been focused on fusing country with reggae and dancehall music in his most recent projects.

‘Is There a Party’ featuring Laa Lee has been receiving mixed reviews. “The fusion of genres has always been a touchy topic. Some people like it while others are skeptical about it, but it my love for the music that causes me to experiment with it” said Wesrok, “Music is beautiful and there should be no limitations to creativity”.

‘Is There a Party’ was produced by 360 Global Entertainment, and was released on April 29, 2022 along with a music video.

The video for ‘Is There a Party’ was shot and directed by Bloozick Films in Olympic Way, Kingston. Wesrok shared, “The video was very community-oriented and featured a party vibe in the streets. I wanted to capture the elements of dancehall while staying true to who I am as an artiste. Ariff of Bloozick was able to capture this the best way possible”.

Wesrok, is still on the promotional trail after the release of ‘Try To Hold Me’ featuring Masicka which racked up over 82k views and counting on YouTube. He is looking forward to this new leg of promotion eyeing a wider market for his music.

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33 Questions with Kacique

Fast-rising Dancehall artiste Kacique has a sit in with popular Jamaican news medium Jamaica Observer.

Earlier this year Popular streaming service Pandora has announced its latest featured playlist, “Artists to Watch 2022: Caribbean,” and fast-rising Jamaican rapper Kacique is among the ten incredible artists selected.

He shares the accolade with fellow Caribbean artists Yaksta, Bella Blair, Hey Choppi, and Indie Allen. Plus, Joby Jay, Klassik Frescobar, Melly Rose, Laa Lee, and Projexx.

The featured Caribbean playlist includes his Summer smash single “Knock It”. It’s a millennial twist of courtship discussing the intricacies of a new age relationship. The song is part of a Good Mood Music compilation entitled ‘Beat Zinc Fence’ Riddim featuring Devin DI Dakta, Deeclef, Romieikon, Dovey Magnum & more. The Beat Zinc Fence riddim is a powerful fusion of old- and new-era dancehall.

Kacique’s most recent projects for 2022 are Deed Poll, Open Up and Mo Salah Freestyle.

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Rytikal Releases New Single “Run Di Country”

Rytikal’s next banger officially dropped today on the TruMoneyMusiq imprint, the record label owned by international reggae legend King Addies. 

Heavy on the vibes and rich in lyrics, “Run Di Country” sends a clear message of dominance and states “…ah we…if anno Holness den ah we…”

Rytikal emerged out of Eastern Jamaica’s St. Thomas in 2019 as a lyrical force to be reckoned with since his “Bad Head” freestyle and has been steadily building his audience in Jamaica and across the Caribbean diaspora with fan favorites like “Chosen”, “Cookie Jar”, “Living”, “Smoke My Troubles Away”, “We Okay” and a slew of other bad releases.

New York City based TruMoneyMusiq has been tapping emerging and/or new Jamaica based talent since their 2020 inception.  Their intentional support of Jamaica’s new generation, Reggae Dancehall music aligns with its iconic owner’s (King Addies) original 1990’s niche of introducing and/or popularizing several of today’s reggae dancehall legends in the United States when they were also just emerging. 

Run Di Country is available worldwide today, Friday the 13th. 

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Popcaan Brings Unruly Fest To Croatia

Dancehall superstar Popcaan will be heading to Croatia this September as he continues his global trek representing the dancehall culture and brand Jamaica.

The Unruly Boss is billed as the headliner for Unruly Culture Splash Weekender, a four-day festival slated to unfold at the Zrće Beach (Pag Island) from September 1 through to the 5.

The undertaking is a collaborative effort between Pollen, a London-based travel firm and Popcaan’s Unruly outfit. The festivities will include pool parties, sound clashes and excursions.

This comes on the heels of his recent deal with Since 93′ and the release of his latest single, Skeleton Cartier, on OVO Sound, which Drake initially teased on his Instagram.

The song is prominently featured in Drake’s first official Nike x NOCTA shoe release campaign.

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Dancehall Artiste Brysco Detained By Police

Emerging dancehall artist Brysco, currently trending with the song ‘Code’, has found himself entangled with the law.

During an Instagram Livestream, the deejay was detained by law enforcement officials and his mobile phone confiscated while on the side of the road. It’s understood he was pulled over in a traffic stop by the lawmen.

During the Livestream, the artist could be heard arguing with the officers as he pleaded with them to allow him to be on his way. A female police officer was also noticed recording the ordeal with a cellphone during the exchange. Yet, they demanded that the artist desists from doing the same, subsequently leading to the confiscation of his phone.

It’s unclear whether the artist was taken into custody, as checks with the relevant authorities revealed no further updates.

The Montego Bay-based entertainer shot to prominence over a week ago with his controversial new single “Code”. The cause of much commotion, the risque song praises Portmore sex workers for what it deems their creativity in giving fellatio to clients.

According to Brysco, using ‘Ensure’, a milk-based nutritional shake, is the new trend employed by the ‘Back Road’ sex workers when performing the act to heighten the experience—evidenced by the song’s official visual and narratives. Since its release, the song has been trending and is currently one of the most heavily rotated singles.

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Bulby York Taps Malica And Tanya Stephens For “Queen” Single.

Award-winning producer and engineer Collin ‘Bulby’ York believes that women should have more of a voice and presence in Jamaica’s music industry.

It is natural that he would pair two dynamic women, talented singer/songwriter Malica Stallworth and Dancehall icon Tanya Stephens, to drive the lead single for his untitled new album.

“Queen,” is a pulsing collaboration between these two powerhouses that encourages women to affirm their royalty, stand in their own power, and define their own paths.

“It is fitting for us to glorify the women around us,” says Bulby. “We often overlook theimportance of females, of what they have to offer. We treat them as if they are less than when in reality they do so much more and accomplish more with less support and recognition.”

Malica, who was featured on the single “Wiggle Wiggle” with Beenie Man on Bulby’s “Heartcrafted” album in 2020, was inspired to write “Queen” after experiencing the disrespect shown to women, especially women of color, on public platforms, particularly social media.

She was disturbed by the ways in which black women as a whole are judged and treated based on the actions of a small handful.

“If you listen to my verses, you’ll hear affirmations – ‘I know I am worthy, divine, and royal’ is an affirmation for women,”

Malica says. “One of the first lines I wrote was ‘mind your manners when you talk to a Queen.’ The one thing I want women to take away from this song is to not allow yourself to be separated from your royalty.”

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Applications Now Invited For Reggae Girlz Scholarships

High school and college students have been invited to apply for three Reggae Girlz scholarships, with the window closing at midnight on June 5.

President of the Reggae Girlz Foundation, Michelle Adamolekun, said two of the three scholarships will honour two former players who have died. The first is Tarania ‘Plum Plum’ Clarke, who died tragically on October 31 when she was stabbed in Half-Way Tree, Kingston, during a dispute over a mobile phone.

The second honouree is Jean Nelson, who died September 11 last year. Nelson was a former footballer and national senior women’s football team manager. She was also one of the persons responsible for the formation of the national women’s league in the 1990s.

Adamolekun said Nelson was a role model and an avid advocate for the women’s programme and players.

In addition to the scholarships, she said the foundation will be providing emergency support to student athletes as the need arises during the year.

“Most recently, we helped to pay the costs for former under-15, under-17 and under-20 Reggae Girl and recent Jacksonville University graduate, Rachel Walters, to apply for her Optional Practical Training, which provides her with the authorisation to work in the United States after graduating from college,”Adamolekun said.

The Reggae Girlz Foundation was officially launched in late 2018 and has been instrumental in helping to subsidise expenses for the women’s programme. The expenses include those for camps, hotel, transportation, meals/hydration needs, needed software, equipment, and now scholarships.

Among the sponsors that have come on board in making the scholarships possible are Golden Krust of Atlanta, Zuree Dolls and Armwaves.

The total value of the scholarships is US$4,000, or approximate;y J$625,000.

Looking ahead, Adamolekun said the ultimate goal is to increase the value and number of scholarships each year.

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Spice Confirmed For 10 City Europe Tour For Summer 22

This summer, Grammy-nominated dancehall artiste Spice will embark on a ten-city Europe and the United Kingdom tour.

The month-long sojourn, starting June 3, will see her making her first stop in Manchester, England, before culminating on July 3 in Stockholm, Sweden. Other stops throughout the tour include the Netherlands, Portugal, Belgium, Switzerland, France, and Germany. She’s also confirmed for several U.S dates and two additional shows in the U.K, one of which is slated for Birmingham.

Amid the tour, Spice will hop over to Canada on June 24 for her headliner assignment at the Pride Toronto festival hosted by the country’s LGBTQ community before jetting off to Portugal to resume her European exploits.

This year Spice joins Shenseea and Jada Kingdom as a handful of female headliners on Reggae Sumfest at Catherine Hall, Montego Bay.

The dancehall queen was recently credited as the most searched artiste on Shazam in India. This came as a result of an endorsement from Bollywood superstar Shahid Kapoor.

See show Dates Below.

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Shenseea Working On Sophomore Album

In a recent interview on Canada’s Brandon Gonez Show, recording artist Shenseea addressed several topical matters, including her debut album, feedback from the fans, and the way forward.

Amid the conversation, she intimated that work has begun on her sophomore album, and it will be completely different from her “ALPHA’ project.

Despite heavy criticism from fans and some industry players, the “Lick” singer expressed that she’s pleased with the current state of her career,

“I’m happy where I am right now because I feel like I’ve been getting a lot of recognition from international acts, producers I’m working with. I’m working on my second album, and knowing that I’ve given my first album, ‘Alpha’ to the culture; it’s my very first, I had to give back to my culture, the second one is completely different,” she added.

Teasing fans with that tidbit of information, she remained tightlipped about the album’s more granular details.

Meantime, confirmed as one of the headliners for New York City’s Pride Island (June 25), a festival hosted by the LGBTQ community, Shenseea is also booked for Rolling Loud Toronto slated for September 9-11 in Ontario, Canada. Locally, she is among the headliners for this year’s staging of Reggae Sumfest in Catherine Hall, Montego Bay. The event gets on the way in July.

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Rytikal Injury-Free After Bizarre Highway Mishap

Dancehall artiste Rytikal is counting his blessings after a scary encounter on the highway over the weekend.

The deejay was involved in a car accident that saw the vehicle in which he was traveling flipped onto its side and lodged against a hillside.

According to preliminary reports, the artiste was a passenger in a white Toyota motorcar returning from an event when the incident occurred. The cause of the accident has not been ascertained. However, checks revealed that the occupants sustained no significant injuries despite the bizarre circumstances.

Chronicling the event, Rytikal took to social media, stating,
“Jah Jah yow mi crash pon d high way… active a lie” accompanied by several laughing emojis.

Rytikal recently made headlines after rebuffing criticism leveled against his peers by sects within the society for glorifying the illicit practice of ‘guard rings.

The current trend, popular amongst the youths and some entertainers, has led to the recent killing of William Knibb High School student Khamal Hall by his classmate over a stolen guard ring.

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Spice’s Graci Noir To Launch Travel Boutique Line May 15th

As a new addition to her vast clothing products offered via apparel line Graci Noir, Spice will now provide, as of May 15th 2022 a wide range of travel apparel.

Spice took to Instagram to announce the pending arrival of her latest pieces to the Graci Noir apparel line; which includes travel accessories and a new swimwear line .

For the initial roll out, the items were modeled by the queen herself with the aid of random cameo footages of her sister and team spice dancer Tahirew.

See images below

The clothing line brand represents Spice in almost all facets of her personality and career as the first title is an altered version of her given name Grace and the noir represents her love and dedication to her ethnicity of birth.

No stranger to entrepreneurship, Within the year 2020 Spice has already launched a cosmetic line (Faces & Laces), her own podcast (The Spice It Up Show) & now her own clothing line.

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