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      OMB Peezy: Watches Make Him Claustrophobic

      OMB Peezy: Watches Make Him Claustrophobic

      OMB Peezy is in his own lane in the rap game. Hailing from the projects in Mobile, Alabama and relocated to Sacramento, California would give him the best of both worlds, combining that hard-hitting West Coast production to that Southern trap sound. With his 2017 single “Lay Up” cementing his name in the industry, the 23-year-old continues to bless his very loyal fanbase.


      Most recently, Peezy released the visual for “Let Up,” along with a joint EP with producer DrumDrummie called In The Meantime. The project is meant to hold fans over until his TOO DEEP FOR TEARS tape arrives.


      King Ice caught up with Peezy via Instagram Live who took  a break from getting his hair done to show off his iced out Overkill Peezy chain.


      Do you have a favorite chain?

      Yeah, I’ll show you. This motherfucker right here, this my baby. No rap cap. Badabing Badaboom. You see that Overkill right? I wear it out every day. You have to show the people that you’re working with something.


      Do you like watches?

      Not going to lie, I’m claustrophobic. I don’t really like things on my wrists or on my face. When that face mask thing came up, damn how the fuck am I supposed to wear a face mask all day? I can’t do it.

       

       

       

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      Bankrol Hayden: "First Thing I Bought was a Rollie"

      Bankrol Hayden: "First Thing I Bought was a Rollie"

      Bankrol Hayden is here to put on for Modesto. The 18-year-old has been through hell and back, and you can hear it in his music. After surviving a near fatal car accident two years prior where Hayden was in the back seat and his two friends had passed, the “29” recording artist is determined to go crazy, thanks to the second chance God had gifted him.


      Most recently, he tapped Kid Laroi for the “Costa Rica” remix and released his new single “Rich Bitch.” The latter he describes as something small for the fans, to hold them over until the release of his forthcoming project Pain Is Temporary.


      King Ice caught up with Bankrol Hayden to discuss his Rolex which was stationed upstairs in the house in Malibu he was temporarily recording at.


      How’s that Atlantic Records bag looking?

      It’s cool, I fuck with Atlantic tough. They’re going hard for me. 


      What did you do with your first advance? 

      Shit, the first thing I bought was a Rollie. It’s upstairs [shows the light-up box]. Really clothes. I don’t really spend my money like that, I be chillin’. 


      How often do you wear the Rollie?

      I try not to wear it too much all the time. I’ve been wearing it recently. I got it in Atlanta, Atlanta’s dope. It feels good, it's like a little trophy for me. 

       

       

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      Tupac's Outlawz Member, E.D.I. Mean Talks Watch Collection

      Tupac's Outlawz Member, E.D.I. Mean Talks Watch Collection

      E.D.I. Mean will forever be remembered as a vital members of Tupac’s crew The Outlawz. When Pac was released from prison in 1995, he named everyone in the crew after enemies in America. For real name Malcolm Greenidge, his name came from former Ugandan president Idi Amin.


      The New Jersey rapper is best known for his feature on Tupac’s “Hit Em Up.” While he continues to release meaningful records for hip-hop as a whole to appreciate, he’s also stepped into the other side of the business: management and concert promotion.


      King Ice caught up with E.D.I. Mean to discuss his love for watches and being a collector.


      Talk about your fashion sense and your drip. What accessories do you wear?

      Man, I always just march to the beat of my own drum. I like fucking with shit that I’m comfortable in. I wear a lot of G-Star, they’re comfortable. They fit me right and they last long. 


      What about your watch?

      This is a Nixon. I’m a watch collector, so I got all types. This is old school, like a Swatch style. I’m a collector. 


      You got Rollie’s in your vault?

      I don’t have a Rollie, but I got some nice watches. I have about 6 watches, and a Rollie is in the future.

      Qveen Herby Bosses Up w/ Make Up Line

      Qveen Herby Bosses Up w/ Make Up Line

      Qveen Herby is a reborn solo artist, after years of success as one-half of Karmin. The musical duo comprised of her and her now husband was signed to Epic Records, but real name Amy Noonan is excited now more than ever to go full-fledged with her solo artistry.


      With a sound crossing the genres of contemporary pop and hip-hop, Qveen Herby has been locked in the studio creating nothing but bangers for her growing fanbase. Most recently, she released her new visual for “Check,” holding fans over until her debut album. Up until now, she’s only released EPs with no titles, just numbers.


      King Ice caught up with Qveen Herby to discuss her favorite accessory, which is actually makeup over jewelry.

      Qveen Herby

      What are your go-to accessories?

      I have my own makeup line, which I didn't bring because shit’s sold out. It's annoying, because I thought we were prepared. It's called Qveen with a V, our website is Qveen Studio. Shout out to my team in New York who’s quarantined, still one person packing orders and disinfecting everything. We’re in Boxycharm which is a big subscription box. Now there are hundreds of thousands of people with my lipstick, which is amazing.


      When did makeup come in? Was that always a passion too?

      That was very much a female empowerment move. I’ve toured a lot as Karmin and before that, I was a freaking wedding singer. The most annoying thing is when there’s makeup all over your face. Because we do a sweaty show, we move and we enjoy ourselves. There’s lipstick on my mic, my mascara’s over here. If I’m going to make some crazy formulas and develop that, let’s offer it in the merch store. It’s not Qveen Herby t-shirts, come get your mugs! Oh, you can wear my face. It’s done really well. Every season, we drop new colors. Every EP, we do an eyeshadow pallet. It looks like a CD.

       

      Qveen Herby

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      Chrishan Says He Can Buy 2 Houses 🏠In Toledo, Ohio w/ His Rollies🤯

      Chrishan Says He Can Buy 2 Houses 🏠In Toledo, Ohio w/ His Rollies🤯

      Chrishan is nephew to legendary artist Lyfe Jennings, which says a lot about his talents already. Hailing from Toledo, Ohio, but now calling Los Angeles his new home, the singer, songwriter, producer has found his place in the music industry. 


      While working alongside Hitmaka and producing some of rap’s greatest hits, such as Meek Mill’s “Dangerous” and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie’s “Look Back At It,” Chrishan is now transitioning his focus to his own artistry. Most recently, he released his single “Sin City” which went viral off an audio video online. It was so fire that even Ty Dolla $ign jumped on the remix.


      King Ice chatted with Chrishan to discuss his favorite jewelry and why.


      Talk about your drip. How much you have on? 

      I have a lil something something. I go to Pristine in New York. This is a Rollie, probably $30K, $35K. On the other hand, I got this for $10K, $15K. I got this from Pristine too. 


      Why do you like Pristine?

      Pristine, Ofir’s my guy over there. He’s the one who created the chandelier for DJ Khaled, the original one. He’s right there in Diamond District. 

      Chrishan

      Do you wear chains too? 

      Yeah I wear chains sometimes, that I got from Pristine. Honestly I like the drip, but I might go to something a bit more conservative. Because I’m about to take this shit and put it into a property. 


      It’s crazy you can do that with one item.

      Back in Toledo where I came from, this right here can buy 2 houses.

       

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