Jamaican female dancehall Singer Grace Latoya Hamilton popularly known as Spice took to Instagram sharing her long tumultuous journey to stardom.
The artist who bumped into the music scene in 1999 has managed to cement her space in the male dominated industry becoming a force to reckon with despite her humble beginnings.
From being homeless to owning houses , having no money to being a millionaire is a no mean feat having in mind she had to work her way up with no major support system behind her success.
The award winning artist has confirmed July 30th as the release date for her first ever album titled ‘TEN’.
The 38 year old is among the most decorated female entertainer’s in Jamaica with an incredible international appeal, she starred in the reality TV series ‘Love and Hip Hop Atlanta’.
“I came from the ground up ‼️I went from Homeless to owning Houses, from one pair of shoe and $0 in my account to now a millionaire. For over a decade I’ve been my own Manager, Producer, Director, PR, stylist, Social Media Manager, Creative Director and the list goes on,” Read part of her statement.
She attributed her success to her tenacity, God and friends while calling upon everyone to keep pushing in order to achieve glory.
” Moral of my story, I’ve built brand Spice on my own, I struggled to stay consistent with no major support system behind me, simple because I believed in myself and never gave up ?God was my refuge???Besties if the door is closed open it, if the waves get rough ride through the storm “Continued the ‘Romping Shop’ Singer. Her fans and fellow artist’s such as Dermaco and Cecile have praised her for the inspirational piece. She’s currently riding high with her latest collaboration ‘Go Down Deh’ featuring two widely listened to entertainer’s Sean Paul and Shaggy.
Truly, Spice’s journey is a true testament that hardwork and determination pays off.
Story By Steve Osaka.