Dancehall artiste, Spice, has secured a second season for her popular talk show “Spice it Up!” on Magnum Hub TV.

Spice it Up! season two is expected to bring more heat as the queen of the dancehall interviews fellow artiste, including veteran acts such as, Bounty Killer and Elephant Man; with even rising star Denyque getting a face to face with Spice.

Ad - In

The season gets going with one of Jamaica’s favorite couples, The Mitchells.

“Season 2 really means a lot to me and is reflective of the hard work that went into our first season. Much respect once again to Magnum Tonic Wine for powering the show and bringing it to the world,” said Spice.

“This season is even hotter, popular guests, better discussions and a few surprises…it’s epic to say the least. Spice it up is an avenue to express myself even more and connect with the fans in new ways” added Spice.

Kamal Powell Magnum’s Brand Marketing Manager for the region also shared that the partnership between Magnum and Spice has been particularly fruitful for both parties, noting that season 2 was worth the wait.

“Spice it up! Was a powerful platform for both Spice and the Magnum Tonic Wine brand in 2019. Season 2 has been a long time in the making but definitely worth the wait. Exciting guests, scintillating topics and Spice’s personal touch makes season 2 the best yet, viewers are certainly in for a treat,” said Powell.

“We are proud to partner with our ambassador in this way and elated to have this very influential show on Magnum” added Powell.

Season 1 of Spice it up! premiered on Magnum Hub in November 2019, the highly anticipated talk show will address controversial and trending topics in Dancehall.

The first episode is featured Jamaican cricketer/recording artiste Marlon Samuels, selector Richie Feelings and Businesswoman Donisha Loud Fashion.

“I’m soooo excited to share my weekly talk show with you 😆 It’s called #Spiceitup and it starts this Wednesday 4pm,” Spice wrote on Instagram.

Ad - Matched Content
Previous articleSpice and Justin The RastaMan Drop Titanic Rendition
Next articleUK Dancehall Artiste Stylo G Tarnishes Taboo Fetishes Rumors Through Music
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.