Earlier this summer, Spice finally unleashed her new album 10. She now continues the momentum with high-quality visuals to pair with the project, with the most newly dropped one being “Send It Up.” The Jay Will-directed visual begins with Spice being told the future of the galaxy is in her hands before she goes on a mission into space as she delivers her verse:
Sen-sen-sen-send it up, send it up inna mi belly, belly, belly, belly/ Listen to me good, nuh come to me with unnu antics, this yah pretty pussy a nuh pussy fi yuh ramp with/ Worse when a 6:30 and mi a clamp it
Back in December, the Jamaican star unveiled “Frenz,” which was the first official single from 10. She followed that with the booming cut “Go Down Deh,” a collaboration with fellow dancehall heavyweights Sean Paul and Shaggy. In addition to the aforementioned drops, the past year has also sees a slew of loose cuts from Spice, including “Inches,” “Head,” “Hygiene,” “Watch My Life,” “Hydraulics Wine,” “I Feel A Way,” “Clean,” “Over Again (Remix)” with Charly Black and Ne-Yo, “Money Walk,” and “Pay For It” with Konshens and Rvssian.
Spice recently sat down with REVOLT to speak about how it feels to finally liberate her new body of work for the world after so many years in the game:
“I’m feeling great about it and I’m just happy for my fans, and I’m elated because when the album comes on, they’re going to have so many good tracks. I’m anxious for them to hear all the other songs that I have on it. It’s been ten years and a lot of people don’t even realize that because I’ve still been releasing a lot of hits for the last few years. This is going to be the first album we put out together with the label. That’s why I titled the album . It’s been a long time and I’m just anxious for the fans to hear the versatility.”
Be sure to watch Spice’s brand new music video for “Send It Up” down below.
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