5 Women In Reggae You Should Be Paying Attention To

Women have long been a driving force in Reggae music. In the mid-90s Reggae was dominated by the likes of Patra, Lady Saw, and Tanya Stephens. We’re sure those women are excited to know that their legacy continues with a new generation of women in Reggae. Here’s a look at some of the women in reggae you should be paying attention to in 2019 and blasting after you make the right choice of headphones.

5.  Spice

Spice - Women In Reggae
We all know the queen of Dancehall right now is Spice and she is rocking that crown well. Spice has been breaking barriers constantly over the past years, dropping hit after hit. Spice is the first female Dancehall artist to go to Gambia in Africa. She is also the first Dancehall artist to reach over 1M followers. Not to mention being the first Dancehall artist on VH1’s Love & Hip Hop. Her latest mixtape Captured rose up the Billboard charts and she continues to break new barriers and make new strides. Spice is the definition of what success looks like.

Spice is dominating the game right now by using her platform to not only to cool it dung but also to raise awareness of colorism in our community. Through her crazy marketing tactics such as “bleaching” her skin and being apart of Love & Hip Hop for her mainstream market cross over, it definitely worked! Spice broke the internet last year when everyone was appalled for her “bleaching” her skin for hit single “Black Hypocrisy”. She was even on TMZ and The Shade Room which is a huge accomplishment considering that TMZ is, if not the biggest entertainment outlet in America!

Spice dropped a new single with Vybz Kartel “Back Way” and it is rocking the streets. We are always here for a Spice and Vybz Kartel collab! “Back Way” could be considered a part 2 to the infamous single “Conjugal Visit”.

Spice continues to create controversial songs, sell out shows, and remain relevant after all these years. She is not stopping anytime soon.

Check out her latest visual, “Back Way” featuring Vybz Kartel

 

IG:  @SpiceOfficial

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