Her performance was much to the delight of Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett who complimented her raunchiness after the show.
“Dancehall Night was outstanding for two reasons. One, I think we really hand some very powerful performances; and Spice, with all her raunchiness, is an entertainer par excellence, and I think that she got good credits for her quality performance. If you get beyond the lyrics, the performance was first class,” Bartlett told the Star.
Spice made her way to the stage on a bed accompanied by her dancers, all clad in robes as she emerged from her bed she went straight into a rendition of her song, Sheet.
Spice earned one of the biggest forward of the night after calling on a Japanese man to join her on stage that surprised her with his dancing.
Spice also used 5 minutes of her set to pay huge respect to incarcerated deejay Vybz Kartel whom she said played an instrumental role the development of her career.
The tourism minister was also impressed with the massive turn out on Dancehall Night believing it to be one of the largest and best in terms of performances in the shows 25years history.
In the meantime, the minister says he is in discussion to have three shows like this annually as the Reggae Sumfets continues to grow into an authentic Reggae product.