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Spice To Offload The Deluxe Editon For Her 'Emancipated' Album

Updated: Sep 15, 2023

Grammy Award-nominated Queen of Dancehall is about to release her newest project 'Emancipated: Deluxe', a 12-tracks album included her hit singles 'Go Down Deh', 'Clap Clap' and 3 more additional singles

Spice, going for her deluxe edition

The reigning Queen of Dancehall, Spice, is ready to set the music world on fire once again with the release of her highly anticipated deluxe edition album, 'Emancipated: Deluxe'. This electrifying 12-tracks project, which includes three additional tracks is scheduled to be released on Thursday, September 14, 2023.

Emancipated, Spice’s second studio album was previously under her own record label, Spice Official Entertainment, along with Stealth Music Group on August 26, 2022. The previous project included her colossal hit single 'Go Down Deh' featuring dancehall giants Shaggy and Sean Paul, which has amassed 220 million views on YouTube to date. definitely a milestone on the various streaming platforms.

As well as her single 'Clap Clap' which was featured on the Netflix TV Series, Survival Of The Thickest is also featured on the tracklist. There are also three additional singles 'Bruk Out', 'Good Taste' & 'Feelin’ Good'.

'Emancipated: Deluxe' promises to be a sonic journey like no other, showcasing Spice's versatility as an artist. The album's new tracks offer a tantalizing mix of dancehall and contemporary influences, delivering a fresh sound that is sure to resonate with both longtime fans and new listeners.

In recent months Spice has tightened her musical catalog with singles such as 'Queen Of Dancehall', 'Jealous', 'Spice Marley', 'God Bless Me' and her recent release 'Waka' (Chat Chat) which is accompanied by a dance moves.

Spice's dedication to her craft and her fearless approach to addressing societal issues through her music has made her a powerful voice in the industry. With the release of 'Emancipated: Deluxe," she continues to push boundaries and cement her legacy as an icon in the world of music.


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