Known for his uplifting songs, and sterling support of his community, reggae artiste Richie Spice was recently presented with an award to acknowledge his positive contributions.
The award was presented on stage shortly after a credible performance at the recently held Black My Story stage show which was held in Red Hills, St. Andrew here in Jamaica.
The award was conferred to the singer by a representative from Culture Minister Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange’s office.
Originally from the Rock Hall area of Red Hills, Richie Spice has been active in giving back to his community. He also promotes the All Spice stage show in the community which benefits residents annually.
Richie Spice who is known for a string of hits including Earth a Run Red, World Is a Cycle and Youths Dem Cold, is currently riding the charts here in Jamaica with the hits A Nuh Me Dat and Plane Land.
His forthcoming album for VP Records is expected later this year.