Dancehall artiste ‘Spice’ was on Sunday (April 3) awarded for her contribution as a Black woman in music in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The “Send It Up” songstress made the revelation in an Instagram post on Sunday.
“Thank you so much to the women in media for awarding me with the Black Women in Music Award,” she said.
This recognition comes on the heels of the deejay’s debut at the 64th Grammy award ceremony on Sunday where she is nominated for ‘Best Reggae Album’.
The reigning ‘Queen of Dancehall’ was nominated for her first studio album ‘10’.
Spice, whose real name is Grace Hamilton has been on a high ever since it was confirmed that she was nominated for a Grammy for the very first time spanning her two-decade-long career.
The dancehall veteran is best known for hit songs like “So Mi Like It” and “Go Down Deh”.