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I’m the queen of Afro-Dancehall – Mo’ Spence

Sensational Ghanaian-Jamaican dancehall/afrobeats singer Mo’ Spence, who was born in Canada, stunned the Ghanaian music scene with a bold statement.


Mo’ Spence is a multi-talented artist who expresses herself artistically in a variety of ways. In addition to singing, she writes lyrics, composes music, and creates beautiful visuals.


Mo’ Spence signed with Red Panther Music, a well-known Afrodancehall label in Ghana, under the guidance of the formidable Mr. Logic. In May 2023, at the Marriott International Hotel in Accra, Mo’ Spence’s career took off.

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The gifted dancehall goddess, who is currently promoting her EP “Whine Down Low,” released the music video for the lead single, “Eno Be Easy,” which was directed by the seasoned REX.

Mo’ Spence, who goes by Monique Spence off-stage, brashly declared herself the “newest dancehall queen” during an exclusive interview on Citi TV’s Breakfast Daily.


“I am the hope for females doing Afrodancehall music. I am the newest dancehall queen,” she declared with unwavering confidence.

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In the vibrant Ghanaian music scene, Mo’ Spence has become a name to watch after making a declaration that certainly stirred things up.


Her talent and determination are undeniable, and only time will tell if she will solidify her position as the next dancehall queen.


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