The Queen of Dancehall Spice recently highlighted two important women of Dancehall, Shaneil Muir and Jada Kingdom, in emotional posts praising the upcoming singers. Muir made a guest appearance at Spice’s birthday celebrations over the weekend in Amazura, New York, while Kingdom also showed up at Spice’s show in Bridgeport, Connecticut after finishing her own performance in Hartford.
In two separate Instagram posts, Spice shared her utmost respect and love for the two women.
Shaneil, who came onstage midway Spice’s performance, sang Happy Birthday to the Queen, and acknowledged Spice for her years of dominance in the industry.
Spice responded with much gratitude calling Shaneil Muir, the “Melanin Queen”.
“I got so much love and respect for you lil sis , thank you for coming out to help celebrate my birthday
In response to the heartfelt caption, Shaneil thanked the Back Way singer for not only her influence but also her acrobatic ways.
“If I say I’m not emotional at this penned message I would be lying. Spice, thank you! Thank u for setting such an influential mark in dancehall as a beautiful strong black woman, your work is admirable and you continue to inspire! I LOVE YOU and I’m happy I could be apart of your celebration!……..right now me a practice da stand up and hold up one leg supm deh… a signature
The Heavy singer Jada Kingdom visited Spice at her Bridgeport show and the Queen shared a video of their link up after the show.
A super thrilled Jada is seen dancing on Spice, screaming “I love you”. With Spice smash hit Go Down Deh playing in the background, shouting words of excitement about the Budum singer, Spice declared, “big up yuh nice clean self Jada… good mout Jada, clean hole, shape good… clean underneath, man want yuh… two a we deh a Connecticut one time” The video ended with Jada bussing down a quick whine to the tune of Go Down Deh.
In an even longer caption, Spice underscored that there’s enough space in Dancehall for everyone.
“I speak it all the time , dancehall big enough to share for all of us. We both had a show in Connecticut the same night. @jadakingdom was in Hartford Connecticut while I was in Bridgeport Connecticut. She worked her show and then came to support mine after, and even tho I finished my performance we still had our own quick fun outside. @jadakingdom I love you sis, I’m a super fan of your music , Talented AF , just gwan big up Yuh nice clean self , fresh breath , good stomach, Yuh man want Yuh and everything , shape good girlllll , how it go
Pouring out her love, Jada commented, “SCREAMING!!!
Spice’s debut album 10 was released on August 6 and has debuted No. 6 on the Billboard Reggae Albums chart.