Queens always show gratitude even for the least little thing! Jamaican dancehall recording artiste Grace Latoya Hamilton, better known as Spice has exposed a glamorous photo of herself and a musician who first handed microphone to her.
The Jamaican dancehall songstress said, she was just 16 years old when the musician handed his microphone to her on his stage during a Lyric Clash.
Spice being so excited about the past event, she recounted excitedly that, it has been 20 years now since this young man gave her that opportunity!
“20 years ago you told me I’d be who I am today. You told me of my greatness before I even knew it and to this day it’s what inspired me to be so BOLD” – She expressed
“Thanks for coming on Spice it up to Spice it up . Mi know mi tired fi tell you how much I love you, but I’ll continue to remind you every chance I get “MI LOVE YUH BAD” – Spice added.
You know my story, not just my glory! Thank you , thank you, thank you ?? #Spiceitup interview is out now with the G.O.A.T – She summed up.
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This is the best gratitude ever! But guess what? Who is this man that showed such great love to Spice which she is telling the whole world today?
This man is no other person but Jamaican reggae and dancehall deejay, Rodney Basil Price a.k.a Bounty Killer. The most aggressive dancehall star of the ’90s, a street-tough rude boy with an unrepentant flair for gun talk. He is still considered one of the best dancehall lyricists of all-time.
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