Iceprince’s 3rd studio album and first under his Super Cool Cats label Jos to the world is out. After listening to Jos to the world album with curiosity and an open mind, one can only come to the candid opinion that Ice prince somehow lost steam on this one.
Here’s how it felt:
Me Vs Me gives you the feeling that you are about to listen to a deep rap song with it’s very soulful introduction but somehow, Ice prince somehow comes off with flows you wouldn’t remember just after playing the track.
Looking At You has a trap crunk old ATL vibe. The song has a catchy hook and a melodious bridge. Wouldn’t call this a rap song, just something to get the girls to rock to in the clubs.
Playlist feat. Yung L sounds like the Ice prince we used to love fresh out of Jos. It has the grip of a tight ragga joint feel. Yung L’s signature flute was alive, the rhythm and rhymes are on point and you can only love the laid back playful feel to the song. This could be the jam on the album. #Repeat.
Want It All (ft. Krept& Konan)
We like it when Ice Prince does the signature reggae thing instead of singing in Pidgin English. Skip.
Trillions feat.Phyno You already heard that.Goes to the top of the album bangers list.
Brokelyn (ft. Dice Ailes) and Stand Out (ft. BRE-Z) are brag songs but good listens.
Hello (ft. The Fresh Brit Ava Hovanka)
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