In an official statement, the record label asserted that Spice’s debut album is finalizing the project as they are preparing for its release.
“VP Records acknowledges Spice’s recent comments to the media. The label is hard at work finalizing the album and all the necessary clearances,” the release sent to Hype Life Magazine read.“Spice and VP have had great success with “So Mi Like It”, a popular EP release, and numerous hit singles such as “Conjugal Visit” featuring Vybz Kartel. VP Records looks forward to continuing that trend and to sharing more of Spice’s talent with the world in the form of her new album.”
Last week, the Dancehall star took to her Instagram page to issue a warning that she is being forced to take legal action.
“I want my album out now, or it’s war,” said the “Gum” deejay.
According to the Love and Hip Hop reality star, she has been getting the runaround for 10 years and is fed up.
A long list of dancehall entertainers including Tanya Stephens, Ding Dong, and Gyptian have spoken out against the label.