The cat is out the bag, Spice announced the arrival of her new debut album in 2020 which will be executively produced by the legendary Orville ‘Shaggy’ Burrell.

The announcement was made during the regular Monday night airing of VH1’s Love & Hip Hop Season 9, Episode 3 entitled ‘Oh Deer’ by an overly elated Grace Hamilton.

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“2020 is going to be my year, I’m finally working on my album. Shaggy is in the mix, he’s my producer, executive producer for my album.” said Spice.

Spice Keeps The Ball ‘Rolling’ In 2020

Her last official body of work, was given to us November 9th, 2018, her EP (Extended Play) compilation entitled the ‘Captured’ Mixtape.

Dancehall artiste Spice

The seventeen (17) tracked compilation, which included lead single ‘Black Hypocrisy,’ opened the doors to many achievements such as; clenching her first Billboard number one, dominating mainstream US media (TMZ, BET, Soul Circle, Etc), receive honors from Harvard University, Started her Spice It Up podcast, launched her cosmetic line Faces&Laces to be formally crowned Queen of Dancehall at Sumfest 2020, surpass the (1) one million subscribers on Youtube and much more.

Specifics on the upcoming album are still very much unknown, there hasn’t been an official working title, nor a definitive number of tracks to be packaged nor information on any features (if any!)


However, we at BritishLinkz can confirm Spice has over (15) fifteen unreleased tracks – they’re all FIRE –  excluding anything recorded after January 2020 at her disposal.

Spice is currently home-ridden in Atlanta, Georgia, with her children Nicholas & Nicholatoy during this unforeseen Coronavirus Pandemic plaguing the world.


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Romario English, known professionally as Romieikon, is a Jamaican dancehall influencer, producer, recording artist and songwriter. Beginning his career in the latter years of the 2000 decade, where he pursed being a disco-jock under the moniker 'DJRomiie' while attending Cornwall College high school in Montego-Bay St James.