If there was a set formula to make hits in dancehall, it would have to be the combination between the dancehall king and queen, Vybz Kartel and Spice. The two controversial artistes are known to create some of the biggest collaborative hits in dancehall music, which include songs like Ramping Shop, Conjugal Visit and Back Way.
Apparently, the two veteran musicians have a new collaboration in the works after a leaked song featuring both performers was uploaded to Instagram by @shemarmckennon, who captioned the post, “Vybz Kartel Songs with Spice and Squash That Dont Release as yet.”
A few lines by Vybz Kartel from the leaked audio states, “Hot gal work fi the king music, you want it see it deh use it, gal me love you to death, Yow.” Spice, in reply to Kartel’s lyrics, sang, “cause cock up is ten doh, me man mek me see you strength nuh, like wen you spin me like a blender, shoe size measurement that, shif the gear stick pon the benz nuh.”
The other slide of the Instagram post uploaded features another collab featuring Kartel and Squash this time, another collaboration that always seems to reap success. “Me mek bank get the drive-thru, married to the money a me brides too, big business like tycoon, we blow money like typhoon cyclone,” Kartel deejayed on the leaked track.
Just like the seemingly perfect chemistry between Kartel and Spice, whenever Kartel and Squash are on the same track, it is usually a certified hit based on their track record, which includes songs like Beat Dem Bad, Streets and Giant, to name a few.