Kingston, Jamaica: Dancehall’s leading  lady Grace Hamilton, known and loved as Spice, continues to solidify her claim as Queen of the stage. 

 

Spice, following her electrifying Reggae Sumfest performance made history as being the female dancehall artiste with the most Reggae Sumfest performances under her belt.

 

Much like her previous performances, which have made her legendary, the Under Fire deejay did not disappoint at the 2019 staging of the festival; and many fans argue that Spice delivered the best set of Festival night 1.

 

The Cool It artiste delivered hit after hit, with amazing transitions and choreography supported by her dancers; Team Spice, and lucky individuals on the sidelines, including Dancer Shelly Belly. 

 

 Spice wowed fans by also supporting her performance with added special effects including ‘snow’ on the Reggae Sumfest stage, complimenting her song Cool it.  As well as multiple supporting visuals on the stage’s video wall.

 

The Black Hypocrisy singer’s outfits are also an integral aspect of her Sumfest performances fans have grown to expect; following last year’s Wakanda themed look, the dancehall icon did not disappoint for 2019.

 Spice had three outfit changes, supported by various accessories including a fur coat and a Pilot’s Jacket; her wigs were also impeccable, ranging from a black bob, that paid homage to Jamaica, to a similar bob, in neon pink, which complimented her show stopping neon green bodysuit.


The prolific deejay’s set ended on a high with her last minutes involving her highly controversial but strong hit Black Hypocrisy and admonished fans to love the skin they are in.