Spice Creates Dancehall History In London, England

Spice Creates Dancehall History In London, England 1

Spice created Dancehall history during her recent visit to the United Kingdom.

The “Cool It Down” deejay is no stranger to breaking new grounds, but earlier this week she actually created some history as she became the first Jamaican artiste to appear on Good Morning Britain.

On Thursday the “Queen Of The Dancehall” took to Instagram to share a clip of the historic moment with fans, which hilariously saw her performing the “Cool It” dance with program’s host.

Fans were seemingly delighted with the female deejay’s historic appearance as many took to her social media to offer their stamp of approval.

“@spiceofficial when you grabbed him! ??? I enjoyed this clip. Good for you Queen, Im proud of you!!” one fan wrote, while another commented, “Aww love this lady.”

Spice’s appearance on the program, of course, leads up to her scheduled performance at the Notting Hill Carnival over the weekend.


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#Spice ‘Cool It’ down on Good Morning Britain ?????? // @gmb

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