Spice has once again shocked her fans with a raunchy photograph on Instagram!
The hardcore Dancehall artist recently shared an explicit picture of herself sporting nothing but the tracklist of her album written all over her body in white paint.
Spice further asked fans to list the names of “the songs off her mixtape that they can spot” on her curvy figure.
“List the songs on my mix tape that you spot #Captured,” she captioned the controversial picture while giving makeup props to Nosworthy Creations and photography gredits to Spex Photography.
The body work was done by New York-based body painter Kervyn Harris.
The image of Spice is also used for the artwork of her project’s 10th track, “Fake,” on which the Jamaican deejay blast “two face” individuals.
Spice created a major brouhaha on social media in late October when she showed off a light-skinned look on Instagram. While public opinion was split initially over whether the artiste had bleached her skin, it soon became apparent that she was promoting a new song off her new mixtape.
She later revealed that the “new white look” was a well-coordinated project that included makeup artists from Jamaica and the US. She said that she wanted to maintain the image wherever she went and, as a result, it took a lot of time and money.
Spice also explained that the title of the mixtape stems from feeling “Captured” by record label VP, after the two parties started having difficulties in maintaining a contractual agreement.
According to Dacehall act, she has started her own record label, with 80 per cent of the songs on “Captured” being produced by her.
Additionally, Spice has copped the number one spot on the coveted Billboard Reggae Chart less than two weeks after the official release of her 19-tracklist project.
This makes Spice the third female to land the top spot this year and one of only nine female artistes from Jamaica to hit that mark in the chart’s history.
She expressed that it holds a particularly special place in her heart because she managed to peak on one of the most desired charts in the world with no help from a major label or record company.
“It feels good to have the number one reggae album on Billboard right now and it’s an even greater feeling doing it without no major label or management team behind me,” she said, pointing out that while she expected the compilation to be successful, the Billboard number one came as a surprise.
“I did expect some charting spots with this mixtape. I have some very powerful songs on this project and most of them will captivate a wider audience, but I never really expected the number one spot. I have also shown a lot of versatility in the tape. There’s reggae, dancehall, hip hop, and even a Spanish song on it so most fans will be able to relate to something. I’m really expecting it to do even greater things.”