Hardcore dancehall female entertainer, Spice, isn’t an easy pushover. The DJ proved just that when she performed at ‘Rampin Shop Flossing Fridays’ at a club in the Bronx on March 20.
According to Shelly from Manhattan, a patron who was at the event, “Mi neva know sey a so Spice a go hard. The club did too little so it sold out fast and then half of the crowd couldn’t get in, so it cause a piece of chaos which saw the police coming out.”
Spice said that she was pleased with the appreciation she got from the audience and promised that she would be back soon, hopefully at a bigger venue to please all the fans that didn’t get the chance to see her performance.
Her next performance took her to Philadelphia on March 22, where she again gave a devastating performance. The event saw the Philly ladies turning out in their numbers, all dolled up in the hottest name brand clothes to join Spice in her ‘rampin shop’ escapade. They became Spice’s back-up singers, while several of the men tried to claw their way onto the stage to play the role of Vybz Kartel. She just couldn’t do any wrong for her fans that were all over her after the event, trying to get photos and autographs.
After a brief return to Jamaica, Spice left the island on April 1 for two stints in England on April 2 and 3. One of the performances will take place in Stratford, while the other will be at the opening of a new club by Chris Goldfinger of BBC Radio.
Spice says she is expecting a different type of crowd other than the hardcore dancehall fans to be at Chris’ event so her performance will not be as raunchy. “I will be modest, but give a spicy, entertaining performance,” she said.
With an active schedule, she jets back to New York for a show in Brooklyn, then heads for a show in St. Lucia on April 11, returning to Jamaica for Easter Bike Fest in St. Elizabeth and an event on Easter Monday, April 13 at Seaview Lawn, Whitehouse, Westmoreland.
The female artiste says that after the events she will be available to all producers who are ready to voice her.
“I am ready to jump on any rhythm that has the right ingredients to produce spicy hit tunes,” she states.