Jamaican Dancehall Queen ‘Spice’ Creates Pandemonium on Labor Day Weekend

Dancehall artiste, Spice, has further cemented herself as one of the genre’s leading entertainers.

Forever a neighbour to controversy, Spice dominated numerous Labour Day Weekend shows across New York and left fans craving more. The concerts included: Wednesday night’s Carnival Gold Yacht Party/VP Records album release party; the HOT 97 “On Da Reggae Tip” concert at Pier 97 on Friday night; DJ Norie’s “Anything Goes” concert in Club Amazura, Queens, on Saturday night; Mr. Cee’s “5 Alarm Blaze” concert at club Stage Forty 8 on Sunday and Bobby Konders and Jabba’s “Shut Down” party at BB Kings also on Sunday night.

(FILE IMAGE) Following this, on Labor Day, Spice caused an upsurge in excitement when she leaped from Power 105.1's truck during her performance to join over 1 million fans participating in the parade on Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn. Also among the entertainers performing were rapper, ASAP Ferg and soca artiste, Bunji Garlin.

(FILE IMAGE) Following this, on Labor Day, Spice caused an upsurge in excitement when she leaped from Power 105.1’s truck during her performance to join over 1 million fans participating in the parade on Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn. Also among the entertainers performing were rapper, ASAP Ferg and soca artiste, Bunji Garlin.

An elated Spice said, “I’m the talk of New York City right now. I locked down every show and caused a riot when I jumped off the Power 105 truck Monday to greet my fans at the Caribbean Parade on Eastern Parkway. Every single show was so much fun and that couldn’t have been possible without the promoters or the fans. So I have to say thank you to the hundreds who came out to every event and had a great time. Fans in other states should definitely keep an eye out because I’ll be touring extensively until November.”

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