Spice hits #1 on Billboard Reggae Charts
Dancehall queen Spice is breaking boundaries with her latest album Captured. The mixtape debuted as the number one album on the reggae Billboard charts. She is only the ninth female in history to hold this honor since the inception of the genre-specific category emerged in the nineties. Several hit songs have emerged from the compilation including the controversial song “Black Hypocrisy” which became fodder for tabloid gossip thanks to a clever PR stunt used to make a powerful statement.
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The "Black Hypocrisy" single release story trended online and caught the attention of several high-profile media outlets including TMZ, Ballers Alert, The Breakfast Club, Wendy Williams, the Shade Room, and ABC News among others. Since dropping the album, Spice hit the media circuit hard with a press run in New York and a launch party in Kingston, Jamaica. The international recording artist is well known in the Caribbean as a singer and songwriter, and more so stateside as a regular on VH1 programming as a Love and Hip Hop Atlanta cast member. The show’s notoriety has catapulted the longtime Jamaican powerhouse into the limelight as she continues to reach more global audiences.