Mikey Spice

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Mikey Spice
Birth name Michael Theophilus Johnson
Origin Kingston, Jamaica
Genres Reggae
Instruments Vocals

Michael Theophilus Johnson (born 21 July 1965, Kingston, Jamaica), better known as Mikey Spice, is a Jamaican reggae singer.


Spice sang in his father's church from age seven, and learned to play guitar, bass, drums, trumpet, piano, saxophone, flute, and harp as a youngster.[1] Spice began a career as a reggae musician in 1985. One of his best-known singles was a cover of Barry White's "Practice What You Preach".[2]


  • Happiness (Ras Records, 1989)
  • Born Again (VP Records, 1992)
  • All About You (Ras, 1996)
  • Jah Lifted Me (VP, 1997)
  • Spice Rack (Who Dun It, 1998)
  • Harder Than Before (VP, 2000)
  • It's All About Time (Jet Star Records, 2002)
  • Toe 2 Toe (Charm Records, 2002)
  • Love By You (Tef Zon, 2003)
  • So Much Things to Say (2003)
  • Mikey Spice (2003)
  • Close the Door (Charm, 2004)
  • Walk A Mile (VP Records, 2008)