Stonebwoy speaks fluent patois while hanging out with Jamaican dancehall musician Spice at Island Music Conference


Stonebwoy grabbed the chance to meet and interact with artistes from different parts of the world at the 2024 Island Music Conference. This year’s event features the Ghanaian music sensation playing alongside international artists such as Shaggy and Teejay.

Stonebwoy saw Spice during the function and walked up to give her a big embrace. Spice gave him the same courtesy and said how happy she was to see him.

The two performers had a heated conversation, during which Stonebwoy impressed Spice by transitioning to a patois rhythm.

Every year, artists, managers, producers, labels, publishers, distributors, DSPs, rights-collecting societies, journalists, booking agencies, communication agencies, promoters, producers, directors, and influencers come together for the Island Music Conference.

Spice, also known as the Queen of Dancehall, is widely recognized as one of the most influential dancehall artists globally. Her distinctive style is characterized by her aggressive flow, musical versatility, and bold lyrics.

Spice initially gained prominence after her captivating performance at the renowned dancehall festival Sting in 2000. In 2003, she made her mark in the industry with the release of her debut single “Complain” under the esteemed Madhouse Records, helmed by record producer Dave Kelly.

Continuing her musical journey, Spice went on to release notable singles such as “Right There” and “Hype,” collaborating with esteemed artists like Jimmy Cliff and Beenie Man in 2004 and 2006, respectively.

However, it was in 2009 that Spice achieved her first major breakthrough with the controversial hit single “Romping Shop,” featuring Vybz Kartel.

This success led her to sign with VP Records and release her debut EP, titled “So Mi Like It,” in 2014, which was preceded by the release of the eponymous single.

Spice’s talent and impact were further acknowledged when she became the first female dancehall artist to receive a nomination for Best Reggae Act at the prestigious 2016 MOBO Awards.

Additionally, she stood as the sole female nominee in the category, solidifying her status as a trailblazer in the genre. In her pursuit of international recognition, Spice also appeared as a regular cast member on VH1’s reality television series Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, showcasing her relentless dedication to elevating her music career to a global level.


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