Jamaican singer released her highly anticipated debut album “10” on August 6 with VP Records. To celebrate the release, she presented to her fans her new single entitled “Send It Up”.
In this song, which is the track 2 of the album, Spice speaks for females who command attention from their male counterpart, a theme that made her popular internationally.
About the song Spice said : “sup’m bout that song yah, once it starts playing … i make me wanna bruck out, the riddim, the beat. You haffi sen it all the way up. I am responsible for a lot of women gyrating which equals female empowerment.”
“Send It Up” was written by Spice, Shaggy, Shane Hoosong and Olaf Blackwood and was produced by Shane Hoosong and Shaggy.
“Spice’s album ’10’ is 10 years in the making and comes with an epic story behind it. The album is a testament to Spice’s gritty and inspired rise to the highest echelons of the Dancehall genre. “10” is bold and it’s what we expect from Spice in all her glory – yet it’s clearly a step into the new frontiers of Dancehall’s musical space, leaving listeners in no doubt of Spice’s role as one of the biggest innovators of her genre and beyond“, said Natasha VonCastle of VP Records.
The digital release of the Jamaican singer’s “10” album on her island’s Independence Day and her birthday was celebrated with a coveted Spotify billboard in Times Square, New York.
The physical album and a vinyl edition of her hit single, “Go Down Deh” featuring both stars Shaggy & Sean Paul, will be available on August 27. Fans can listen to and download “10” now through this link : https://ada.lnk.to/Spice10.