Spice’s work ethic has earned her another titled.

The newly crowned “Queen of Dancehall” was recently lauded as the “Beyonce of Dancehall” following the release of another creative music video.

Spice, whose given name is Grace Hamilton, pays homage to the women who started Dancehall and paved the way for this era, such as; Althea and Donna, Sister Nancy, Sister Charmaine, Patra, Dawn Penn, Sasha, Marcia Griffiths and Lady Ann with “Romantic Mood.”

Romantic Mood is featured on the ‘Original Gigi Riddim’ produced by Steelie and Cleevie. The official visuals were shot on location in Kingston, Jamaica by Xtreme Arts, who shared directing credits with Spice.

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The retro banger is taken off Spice’s new “Captured” mixtape. The project made its debut at the number one spot on the Billboard Reggae Album chart last week.

Romantic Mood visuals is currently the No. 3 trending video on YouTube in Jamaica with almost 500,000 views since its November 29 release.

“Spice is like the Beyonce of Dancehall right now,” a Dancehall fan wrote, “I’ve never seen another so creative. She gives us visuals with audio all by herself with no record label or manager.”

“Spice really versatile – she deserves the crown. Blending old school with the latest bigger than this you can’t get. Spice run things,” another added.