Ice Spice - Rolling Loud California 2023

By Yvonne

Ice Spice is a rap artist from the United States. Isis Gaston is her birth name, and she made her debut on the music scene in 2021. Ice Spice spent their formative years in New York City's Bronx neighborhood. While attending the State University of New York at Purchase in 2021, she met record producer RIOTUSA and debuted her career the same year. At the end of the year 2022, her songs "Munch (Feelin' U)," "Bikini Bottom," and "In Ha Mood" brought her widespread recognition as an artist. Like..? was her first extended play, which was released in 2023. In a story about her, Jon Caramanica of the New York Times referred to her as rap's new princess.

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Ice Spice - Rolling Loud California

Ice Spice will be performing at a concert titled "Rolling Loud California" on Friday, March 3, at 8:00 p.m., which will take place at the Hollywood Park Grounds in Inglewood. You can get tickets at Ticketmaster, which is a ticket outlet. Playboi Carti, Travis Scott, and Future are going to be at the show, along with a number of other musicians.

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The Beginnings of Ice Spice

Isis Gaston was born in the Fordham Road district of The Bronx, New York, on January 1, 2000, and she also grew up there. She is the oldest sibling among her four younger siblings. Her father hails from Nigeria and had a career as an underground rapper in the past. Her Dominican mother was just 17 years old when she gave birth to Gaston.

They had their first date at McDonald's, and then they divorced when Gaston was just two years old. She was able to spend a significant amount of her childhood with her grandparents and cousins due to the fact that her parents worked a lot. She attended elementary and middle school in the Bronx before being transferred to Sacred Heart High School in Yonkers, which is a Roman Catholic institution. When she was seven years old, she began listening to hip hop and was influenced by artists such as Lil Kim, Nicki Minaj, and others. She began writing poems and freestyle raps when she was in elementary school and continued the practice through high school.

Ice Spice's Musical Style

The majority of Ice Spice's music can be classified as the Bronx drill. The "fiesta" that she created when she was 14 years old was the source of her moniker. She has publicly claimed authorship of all of her songs' lyrics. She was inspired to begin rapping by artists such as Sheff G and Pop Smoke. She also likes the music of New York-born artists Lil' Kim, Nicki Minaj, Cardi B, Foxy Brown, and Remy Ma.

This entire group of creatives hails from the city. She has also mentioned that Erykah Badu and Lauryn Hill are two artists who influence her because of the "graceful heavenly feeling of eternal beauty" that they exude. In an interview with Elle, she named Coldplay and 1975 as two of her favorite bands and said that as a youngster, she often listened to To Pimp a Butterfly by Kendrick Lamar on the way to school.

Ice Spice has been dubbed "this generation's Princess Diana" by a group of young individuals who spend a lot of time online and are frequently gay. This comes at a time when everyone wants to be labeled the queen or king of rap, and when everyone wants to be called the queen or king of rap. Because of the random samples and slurs in her songs, such as "We're both from the Bronx, so I know you're dirty," she was first held up as the latest scapegoat for all of the problems that exist in hip-hop today.

Bronx Drill

Ice Spice, on the other hand, is savvy enough to capitalize on outrage cycles and the voracious appetite of the internet with her distinctive emotes screengrab single covers, and Cabbage Patch doll tresses. In this day and age of memes and snippets, the antics of the 23-year-old humorous old and his down-to-earth attitude work very well. She paid for the production of her first album with funds from the government's stimulus program that was issued during the pandemic. This demonstrates that she actually cares about and stands with the people.

She attended the Martin Scorsese school of world-building, where she studied words like "smoochie," "Maddie," and "baddie pal," and she is currently working on receiving her master's degree at the Azealia Banks school of linguistics. Douglas Quenqua, a journalist, claimed in his piece "They're, Like, Far Ahead of the Linguistic Currrrve" in 2012 that "young women function as incubators of vocal trends." The ascent of Ice Spice can serve as an example of this: The word "Munch" has evolved into a derogatory term for a great number of guys.

Even if you have a 28AA cup size, you'll find yourself humming along and doing her distinctive dances to lines like "large boobs and the butt stays fat" because she is so deft at making hooks. Her ability to make hooks is so wicked. If you listen carefully, you'll notice some excellent wordplay after the portions that are already familiar, such as "You were my thread, yet that's not what it appears to be."


A few of the tracks on the album Like..? are essentially shortened versions of longer songs. It feels like you're waiting in line for a five-second rollercoaster ride whenever you visit the TikTok For You pages because there are two exciting bars on those sites. Spice stated in an interview with Rap Caviar that she records tracks live in order to prevent herself from engaging in self-censorship. When she asks, "How can I lose if I'm already chosen?" and then swiftly adds, "If the party isn't lit, I'd rather not go," it can feel that each phrase is random, unrelated thinking.

For example, "How can I lose if I'm already chosen?" She botches her cue card about halfway through "Bikini Bottom," which brings the quality of the song down significantly. Since Spice's first release in 2021, the majority of her music has been created by RiotUSA. The boring bits are redeemed by skittering tunes that, rather than sounding like prepared beats, sound like actual collaborations. In only six songs, the duo explores various aspects of drill music from the past, the present, and the future.

Even on cartoony instrumentals that at first appear to be ridiculous, he keeps faithful to the drill style by using blown-out 808s, crisp snares, and military-style hi-hats in his beats. He modernizes them by adding Digimon basslines (such as "Princess Diana"), dance beats, and a sample of a squiggly Puffy character ("Gangsta Boo").

Spice's laid-back and cuddly style is distinctive in a city where Nicki Minaj, Cardi B, JAY-Z, and Lil' Kim are household names, in a borough full of loyal and street-smart Bronxites, and in a rap subgenre known for its dark and gritty sound. There is no question that the fact that she has a lighter complexion contributed to her being viral on TikTok and in hip-hop, two subcultures that struggle with colorism.

Her lyrics are typically straightforward because she hasn't had a lot of time to put effort into developing them. On the other hand, because her father was an underground rapper, she is quite knowledgeable about the history of hip-hop and drill. She gives respect to Sheff G and Chief Keef as early influences and adopts the gruff tone of the late Pop Smoke in "Acting a Smoochie" to commemorate her forebears, but she does not duplicate them in any way. She is an independent trailblazer. You do it at your own peril if you assume that she is not intelligent. She will bestow upon you a moniker that will torment you for many years to come.

The Career and Life of Ice Spice

Ice Spice began her career as a rap artist in 2021, not long after she made friends with RIOTUSA, a record producer, while the two were students at SUNY. She finally stopped attending classes at that location. Following the success of a video of Ice Spice participating in the "Buss It" challenge, which was posted on Twitter, he went on to create her debut single, "Bully Freestyle," which was released in March of 2021.

As a result of the success of her song "Name of Love" on SoundCloud, she gained a significant following on Instagram. Her song "Munch (Feelin' U)," for which a music video was released on August 10, 2022, was created by RIOTUSA, and WorldstarHipHop was responsible for its distribution. Once Drake played it on his Sirius XM radio channel, Sound 42, which helped to promote it, the song started to gain a lot of attention and eventually became very successful.

After that, it quickly became popular on Twitter and TikTok, and it also debuted on the Billboard charts for both the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles and the Bubbling Under the Hot 100 positions. In September of 2022, Ice Spice appeared as a guest artist on the recording of B-song Lovee's "One Time." By the end of that month, she signed a recording contract with both 10K Productions and Capitol Records.

Boy's a liar Pt. 2

Her debut single was titled "Bikini Bottom," and it was initially released on October 28. Like..?, the debut EP from Ice Spice, was issued on January 20, 2023. The hits "Munch (Feelin' U)," "Bikini Bottom," and "In Ha Mood" were included on this album.

Ice Spice and Lil Tjay collaborated on a song that was titled "Gangsta Boo" which was released in February 2023. The song was dedicated to the late rapper Gangsta Boo. It was her first single to be included on the Billboard Hot 100, and it reached its highest position of No. 82 there.

The remix and music video for PinkPantheress's song "Boy's a Liar Part. 2" featuring Ice Spice, which was released on 3 February 2023, were both published on the same day. The song peaked at position No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100, which at the time was the highest position on the chart that either artist had achieved with their work.