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Ice Prince Defends His Inability To Release A Hit Song (See What He Said)

Posted By: verifiedOn November 7, 2017
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For An A-list artiste like Ice Prince, its a big humiliation for people to address him as an up and coming artiste after being nominated for the one-time Headies “Next Rated” awards 6years ago.

The disappointment coming from the former Choc city rapper, frustrated his fans to such comparism, giving trolls the vulnerability to hava their say about his career.

Ice prince now has to battle with intrusive comments claiming he has returned to the level of the upcoming artistes in the industry.

He has however, defended his silence saying:-

My duty is to create music, but how far the music goes is not for me to decide. God did what He did for Ice Prince and He did what He did for the Nigerian music industry.

Music evolves and if God blesses an artiste to make a song that has a huge impact, such a person shouldn’t claim he is responsible for the glory. It is God, not the artiste.

“I don’t know if you will ask 2Baba when he will release another African Queen or you will ask 9ice when he will make another Gongo Aso.

Will you ask Olu Maintain when he is dropping another Yahooze. I made Oleku, and I have also done other great songs.

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      By FGG On Nov 7, 2017 @ 1:21 pm

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