Album Review: Ice Prince Has Grown As A Lyricist – M.I

Channels Television  
Updated November 29, 2013

Following the release of Ice Prince’s sophomore album, Fire of Zamani, label mate and popular rapper, Mr Incredible reviewed the album in an exclusive interview with Channels Television and said the new album was evidence that Ice Prince had grown as a lyricist.

Ice Prince hit mainstream recognition with his party banger ‘Oleku’ after which he released several other rave tracks in his debut album, ‘Everybody Loves Ice Prince.’

His second album, which was unveiled on November 28,has garnered much applause from music lovers and critics in the music industry.

While doing a critique of FOZ, M.I disclosed the inspiration behind some of the tracks on the album including the song entitled ‘Whiskey,’ which M.I described as ‘great music.’

“The flow on the album is on point,” he added.

The 18 tracker album is a compilation of works from different prominent artistes and producers such as Sunny Neji, Wale (MMG), M.I, Chip, Ruby, Wizkid, French Montana, Jesse Jagz, Olamide, Sound Sultan, Burna Boy, Yung L, Jeremiah Gyang, Shaydee, Morell, Chopstix, Don Jazzy, Sammy Gyang, J Sleek and E-Kelly.

M.I also said that Ice Prince “brought out the best from Wale, Chip and Sunny Nneji.”

As far as M.I is concerned, there were not enough tracks on the album as “that kind of music should never end.”

He also thinks there should be a way the music could be embedded in human skin…

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