Dancehall Queen Spice Announces Date for Debut Album, ‘Ten’

By Jovani Davis

Jamaican recording artist, Grace Hamilton, more popularly known as Spice, has finally announced the release date for her much-anticipated album, TEN.

The album cover was revealed recently on Jimmy Kimmel Live! before her big performance.

The album will be executive-produced by international Dancehall superstar Shaggy and will be distributed by VP Records and should be out July 30.

With the success of her latest single, ‘Go Down Deh’, featuring Sean Paul and Shaggy, Spice is on cloud nine as she prepares for the release of her album.

‘Go Down Deh’ – co-produced by Grammy nominee, Romanian singer/songwriter Costi Ionita and Shaggy, topped several reggae charts and has garnered over 14M views since its release over a month ago.

The song cements Spice’s dominance in the dancehall scene. The debut of her album is also expected to give her career a major boost not only as an artist but also as a reality TV star on VH1’s Love and Hip Hop Atlanta.

The long-awaited album was preceded by her debut mixtape “Captured” released in 2018 that was widely commercially successful, having debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Reggae Albums chart.

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