The dancehall queen brings equal parts riddim and raunch to the NYC studio in support of her latest mixtape, Captured.
Spice is a dancehall legend, full stop. She’s the hottest and most important woman in dancehall right now, but from her first hit with the legendary Madhouse records, to international success alongside Vybz Kartel, to her breakout EP So Mi Like It and her transition to reality TV star on Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta, Spice has always kept it hot, effortlessly commanding attention on screen and stage. On this week’s episode of The Federation Sound, Spice drops by the studio to discuss her controversial new mixtape, Captured, and the powerful single “Black Hypocrisy,” a screed against the evils of colorism. She also teaches host Max Glazer a thing or two about “Roast Duck” and drops a dutty freestyle. You won’t want to miss this.