Vybz Kartel and Spice tease a brand new collaboration.
Vybz Kartel teased the collaboration over the weekend on Instagram and then Spice re-post it asking her fans if they want her to drop it. The overwhelming answers were yes drop it like yesterday. Urban Islandz Gaza sources confirmed with us that the collaboration has been in the making since around February and it will be released this weekend. We’re also told that Kartel and Spice recorded a handful of songs together that are not yet released.
Vybz Kartel and Spice scored the biggest hit of their career in 2009 with their collaboration “Romping Shop” which made it to the Billboard chart. The two dancehall hitmakers teamed up again in 2014 for “Conjugal Visit” which also became a massive dancehall hit.
“Kartel and Spice always have a lot of chemistry working together and they are close friends,” sources said. “This new track is just one of many that they previously recorded but never release. You can look out for it sometime soon.”
Spice is currently a supporting cast member on Love and Hip Hop Atlanta where she is gaining a lot of attention. It’s very likely that the producers will make her a casting regular on the show given her immense popularity.
Vybz Kartel is currently in prison for murder but still manages to maintain his popularity in the genre even after serving 6+ years of his life sentence.
Dancehall entertainer SPICE blasted over video with underage (VIDEO)
Spice is defending herself from harsh criticisms following her raunchy performance at last weekend’s event in celebration for the Jamaican Olympic athletes.
The dancehall diva performed in front of a crowd of elites including Prime Minister Andrew Holness, his wife Juliet Holness, Governor General Patrick Allen, and several athletes like Usain Bolt, Yohan Blake, Asafa Powell, and Shelly-Ann Fraser.
A sense of uneasiness grew among some guests shortly after spice took the stage to perform her singles “Indicator” and “So Me Like It.” During an interview with TVJ last night, Spice says she felt humiliated following her performance.
“I always hear they say that some people don’t accept our dancehall culture but this is the first time I am experiencing that,” Spice said. “It’s the first time I am experiencing such humiliation and that’s really what I felt.”
Spice also added that if she had prior knowledge that was going to be the case she could have adjusted her performance.
“I continue to defend myself and my DJ @richiefeelings1 who they claim brought a cd that wasn’t working but we never brought any cd at all to the venue he was playing directly from his laptop smh #StrongblackWoman continues to fight for my rights #FreeDancehall it’s our culture,” Spice wrote on IG.
Despite getting some stinging criticism from some quarters of Jamaica, she is also getting a lot of support from some of her dancehall peers and even from Culture Minister Olivia “Babsy” Grange.
“I don’t think Spice being on the show created a problem,” Grange said. “Dancehall is very much a part of the genre of Jamaican music that is popular. It’s just an experience for her. I think it’s a learning experience and she will grow.”
Fans blasts Spice over a video making its rounds on Social Media. This all occurred during her performance in Belmont, Westmoreland last night.
In the video Spice can be seen coaxing a male, who appears to be a child, to dry hump a female on stage while the crowd raved