Spice is dominating the media with her new projects.

Just days after sending Dancehall and Love & Hip Hop fans into a frenzy with her viral light-skinned photos to promote her “Black Hypocrisy” music video, Spice has sparked controversy with another single.

In her latest release titled “Body Right,” the deejay, whose given name is Grace Hamilton, name-dropped several Dancehall and Reggae acts including Capleton, Beres Hammond, Sizzla Kalonji, Demarco, Tifa, Mr Vegas and Shenseea.

“Pump up mi pumpum like Kalonji…. Sizzla / P***y fat like one a Demarco shoulder / Boom pan di buddy.. buck mi bend mi up like Tifa / Mi nuh want nuh cocky likkle like Vegas finger,” Spice deejays over the hardcore Dancehall beat produced by her Spice Official Entertainment label.

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“Right now mi glue pan the buddy like Pamputtae eeee…./ cause my p***y pretty like Shenseea face / Mek noise inna the house like Usain Bolt a race,” She continued.

While many Dancehall fans first suggested that the single was a diss track, Spice quickly shutdown the rumours insisting it was just lyrics and all for fun.

Body Right is featured on Spice’s new ‘Captured’ mixtape. Stream snippet below.