Last weekend, Spice pulled out all the stops and showed international recording artiste, Ne-Yo a few “ramping shop” moves, to say the least.
Ne-Yo, CEO of the newly-launched Caribbean record label, Compound Island, staged his own party weekend in Negril and one of the events, dubbed ‘Ne-yo and Friends’, was held at the Jungle nightclub, Negril on Saturday night. There, Ne-Yo incorporated a number of his Jamaican industry friends and among them was dancehall diva, Spice.
When Ne-Yo called Spice to the stage she immediately launched into an energetic rendition of Ramping Shop and told the audience she was going to teach him how to dance with Jamaican women. Much to the delight of the audience, Spice turned her back to Ne-Yo and braced into him and tic-tocked for a portion of the song – not surprisingly the crowd erupted into a frenzy of cheers.
She then went on to perform her recent single Fun which features platinum-selling international artiste, Missy Elliott and closed her entertaining set with yet another hit, Jim Screechie.
Spice says, “The entire weekend was a lot of fun. I have to commend Ne-Yo on what he’s trying to do for Jamaica and Caribbean artistes. It was a great vibe and people can stayed tuned because there is a lot more to come.”
In addition, Spice says fans can look out for her birthday beach party coming up next week Saturday, August 13 at the Waves Beach, Portmore, St. Catherine.