Female recording artiste Spice continues to be one of the most hard working acts currently in Dancehall.
After previously working with Busta Rhymes and Missy Elliot, the ‘Needle Eye’ deejay recently scored a collaboration with Rapper Kid Ink and R&B singer Jeremih for a new single titled ‘Nasty.’
According to Spice the link was made during a recent visit to New York for a gig, she says Black Chiney Sound’s Supa Dupes made the connection.
The ‘Stage show boss’ added she quickly laid her verse in a studio in Manhattan and the two loved it instantly.
“A suh yuh like it, when mi get bad and get nasty, a** a shake up a suh yuh like when mi twerk it,” Spice deejays.
We’re sure outspoken dancehall veteran Mr Vegas would be proud to know Spice got the right credit for the project and was listed as a featured artiste.
Listen ‘Nasty’ Below.