Fans of dancehall artiste Spice will be granted their wish soon, as she is planning to record a song called I Feel A Way.
Yes, BUZZ fam. Spice will be putting the now-viral words in a song following an incident in which she believes she was racially profiled. DeMarco is expected to create the beat.
“If Demarco don’t build a riddim for me within 24 hours to voice this song called I Feel Away. Mi nah lie, I’m gonna feel a bloodc%#*@t way,” she said in a Twitter post on Wednesday.
The same post was also shared on Instagram with a caption that read, “Ok then since you ask for it and @demarcodadon is closer to me in ATLANTA you have 24 hours‼️ or else Mi ago feel away.”
DeMarco responded: “A WAH KINDA STRESS THIS!!! A FEEL A WAY😂🤣😂🤣 ALL THE BOSS @direalshaggy A SEH DON’T MEK YUH FEEL AWAY @spiceofficial 😂🤣😂🤣🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 MI READY!!!! #AFEELAWAY”
It wasn’t all talk based on DeMarco’s Instagram post on Thursday morning.
“@spiceofficial TODAY IS THE DAY!!! I FEEL A WAY!!! 🔥🔥🔥🔥 RIDDIM AND SONG A MEK TODAY!!!! #ifeelaway,” he said.
So, let us backtrack for those who don’t know what this is all about.
On Saturday, Spice claimed that she was racially profiled while trying to purchase three trolleys of items at Walmart. She said that she was subject of “excitement” when she decided to pay for the goods with cash.
She said that after questioning the authenticity of her US$50 notes, one of the workers told her that she should not feel bad.
“I say, ‘I feel a way, I feel a bloodcl**t way’… Mi seh di Jamaican just come outta mi. Mi seh, ‘Lady, I don’t care weh yuh waan seh, I feel a way’,” Spice said in her Instagram Live last Saturday.
Since then, the words ‘I feel a way’ have been on many lips, and Spice’s video has gone viral. Many people also created memes from the video and have put their spin on it, leading spice to start the #IFeelAWay challenge.