The Queen Of Dancehall (QOD) talks her success, humble beginnings, family and more.
Spice had a very intimate conversation with Siah Anderson of Redbull to talk her success story.
Spice got extremely emotional when discussing the topic of winning a Grammy and being the example of success for Jamaican female artistes to come.
“I want to win a grammy and i want to do what no other Jamaican female has done before. I want to set trends. You see like how Usain Bolt run and set record? I want to do something great that will set the record for every Jamaican Dancehall artiste.” stated a very emotional Grace Hamilton.
Watch interview below.
Spice will officially be crowned Queen Of The Dancehall at Reggae Sumfest 2020.
Spice will claim her place among Dancehall’s greats this July as she will be officially be crowned Queen Of The Dancehall.
Fans have long branded Spice as the reigning queen, but her throne will be made official at the festival.
“Jamaican female artistes have taken a leading role in the music industry, both locally and internationally, and Spice has been at the forefront of that. Many younger artistes have her to thank for laying the foundation that has led to their success. Spice has performed at Reggae Sumfest more than 10 times, so it is only fitting that she receives the title on our stage. She is an amazing artiste, and we look forward to honouring her.”