Richie Spice crowned New Prince of Reggae


edit_richiespice.jpgBritish Entertainment Critics proclaimed Richie Spice The New Prince of Reggae after his performance at the 78 year old Brixton Academy.

Richie Spice, the Jamaican singing sensation has received enormous "props" from British Entertainment Critics. The same folks who have been giving Jamaican Dancehall superstars "hell", are proclaiming that the singer is the "New Prince of Reggae."

The praise came after Richie Spice gave an exhilarating one and a half hour performance. He was received in fine fettle by Britons who made it a sold out event. According to reports, Richie Spice received endless encore requests after almost every song.

The start of the show saw performances from fellow reggae artistes Junior Kelly and Chezidek with a house downing performance from Spanner Banner; big brother to Richie Spice.

At the end of Richie Spice's performance, shouts for encore were heard in loud chants, as the patrons bellowed his name. The requests were met with much anticipation, as Richie Spice stormed the stage and delivered to his fans.

After the performance, Richie Spice and the 5th Element Band moved on to Leeds for a performance at the Rio Grande Arcade on December 9, which was reported as another sold out event, that saw patrons flocking the venue from miles around. This too solidified Richie Spice's status on the European reggae landscape, as the "New Prince of Reggae" and has set him apart from other Jamaican performers.

On December 21, Richie Spice will be spreading his spice in Anguilla alongside other Jamaican performers Wayne Marshall, Macka Diamond, QQ and Tami Chin.