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Although she wanted to become a chartered accountant, she decided to pursue a music career.She then began experimenting with dancehall music and soon after generated interest in her community with her deejaying ability at local stage shows.At the MOBO Awards, Spice was the only female nominated for "Best Reggae Act" and the first female dancehall artist ever nominated in this category.She also received her second consecutive award for "Best Female Dancehall Artist" at the 35th Annual International Reggae and World Music Awards (IRAWMA).That year she also released her single "Jim Screechie".In 2011, Spice was featured on Gappy Ranks's "Whatever We Like", released as a bonus track on his album Thanks & Praise.We aim to focus on the positive and keep fans updated with new music, the appeal against the harsh life sentence and other developments in Vybz Kartel’s life.No matter the verdict, our loyalty for Addi will remain the same.
While on tour in England in 2002, Spice earned the attention of Baby Cham, who later introduced her to producer Dave Kelly.
Spice made her debut when she was given the opportunity to perform at the annual dancehall festival Sting in 2000.
It was her first major appearance on a stage show and she earned several encores from the crowd. Lexx's former manager Earlton Clarke for two years.
The music video for "Conjugal Visit" garnered over 2 million views on World Star Hip Hop within one day.
The same month, she was featured along with soca artist Bunji Garlin on rapper ASAP Ferg's song "Jolly" from his mixtape Ferg Forever.
From there, she released a string of singles for Kelly's record label Madhouse Records, including her first single for Madhouse "Complain (Mi Gone)", then followed by her singles on the Bad Gal riddim, “Right There” featuring Toi and “Hype”.