As a child, she used to attend her church regularly and lead the choir. Catherine High School, she frequently participated the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC) festival in the music category and earned several medals throughout the years.
Spice is working on her debut album, currently titled Spice It Up, and has released the first single from the album "Sheet".
In June 2017, she appeared on a remix of Jax Jones's "You Don't Know Me".
It was also played on mainstream urban stations, including HOT 97, Power 105.1 and more.
Shortly after its release, the song was banned by the Jamaica Broadcasting Corporation due to its explicit lyrical content.
In 2009, Spice received the Excellence in Music and Entertainment (EME) Award for "Female Deejay of the Year".
At the Youth View Awards in Jamaica, she won three awards: "Best Female Performer", "Favourite Local Female Artiste" and "Young, Hot & Hype Female".
It was her first major appearance on a stage show and she earned several encores from the crowd. Lexx's former manager Earlton Clarke for two years.
During this early stage of her career, Spice went on to gain a reputation for her performing abilities, despite not having any hit record.
The following month, Vogue described her as “the fashion-forward queen of dancehall”, stating that her wardrobe "is redefining dancehall style".
In August 2017, she was featured alongside Sean Kingston and Lady Leshurr on Charlie Sloth's "I Can Do" from his album The Plug.
Spice also performed the song with Mýa at Reggae Sumfest that year.