Use code: TREAT25 for 25% All Hallow's Eve collection until 11/4
0 Cart
Added to Cart
    You have items in your cart
    You have 1 item in your cart

      News — King Ice

      Blog Menu

      YHN HammerTime is "Back At It Again" with a $37k AP 🤯

      YHN HammerTime is "Back At It Again" with a $37k AP 🤯

      YHN HammerTime is heating up the streets with his hot new single, “Back at it Again." The new record, shows off an international trap sound with a catchy hook over a chilling beat. 

      Showing undeniable raw charisma, hard hitting delivery, and unique sound, the rising star kills his verses with dynamic wordplay before getting to a distinct hook. The new record also features a rhythmic verse from YHN Balla, who was recently released a new single with Da Baby.

      King Ice caught up with YHN HammerTime to discuss his love for jewelry.

    • How would you describe your jewelry style?
    • I would say I like “Shinning in the Dark.”
    • How do you decide which jewelry pieces to wear?
    • Depending on the function/event I’m going to and also depending the type of day it is. I don’t wear my grills to my business meetings because it doesn’t fit the professional environment/ it may a bigger distraction that takes away from what I’m trying to get done. And, all my jewelry have special meanings to me.  I have two face pendents, one is for my boy that passed and the other is for my boy that’s in jail. So I wear both most days, cause it’s my way of saying they’re always with me. 

    • What’s the most expensive jewelry you’ve ever bought?
    • I’d have to say my AP watch which was $37,000.

      YHN HammerTime Audemar Patek

    • Name one accessory every person should have in their jewelry collection?
    • I mean I dropped 37 on a watch so I’d have to say “A watch” haha. But, it doesn’t have to be nothing crazy or expensive a simple watch always works too.

    • Do you feel like you have to wear jewelry in every video?
    • No not really. Like it said earlier it depends on the vibe. Sometimes I may wear a lot or sometimes I may keep it chill. Remember, your jewelry is supposed to compliment you. Doing too much may look like you’re trying too much and you’ll end up looking tacky.

    • Anything else you want the people to know?
    • If I had to give an advice it would be do not rush to own an expensive jewelry because you also have to remember, it is not an asset. I didn’t own my first iced out jewelry until I had six figures to my name.


      Take a listen to YHN HammerTime's new single "Back at it Again"


      ► FOLLOW on Instagram:

      ► FOLLOW on Twitter:

      ► FOLLOW on YouTube:

      ► CATCH UP on What You Missed:

      ► SHOP MORE:

      #YHNHammerTime #BackAtItAgain #YoungHustleNation

      NLE CHOPPA Collection Drops 8/20

      NLE CHOPPA Collection Drops 8/20

      King Ice presents a collaboration with NLE Choppa! A Memphis super star known for his animated vocals, energetic raps and heavy beats.

      Each piece was designed directly with Choppa, customizing the look and feel of each design to represent No Love Entertainment  to the fullest.

      Every design will be also be available in 14K gold and diamonds paired with a 14K chain.

      The collection drops 8/20, see a quick preview of the pieces below.

      Listen to Choppa's latest album "Top Shotta":

      Thaddeus Dixon Doesn’t Want To Flex His Jewelry

      Thaddeus Dixon Doesn’t Want To Flex His Jewelry

      Thaddeus Dixon wants to be known as one of the greatest producers and songwriters to ever do it. Getting his start producing Meghan Trainor’s "Better When I'm Dancin'", which was featured in the Peanuts movie, the Detroit native would go on to work with big names such as Brent Faiyaz and Bryson Tiller. Having toured with both as a music director and drummer, Thaddeus loves music down to the core.

      Now based in Los Angeles, Thaddeus prides himself in staying locked in the lab. Most recently, he unleashed his new single “Addiction,” an ode to living your best life. 

      King Ice caught up with Thaddeus at his A-list studio in downtown Los Angeles, who gives his take on if artists should wear jewelry.

      What are your go-to pieces for jewelry?

      I’m not really a jewelry person. My ex bought me this chain, I still got it on. It’s 14K gold, it’s real shit. You gon’ take a picture of my lil ass chain. [laughs] 

      Do you feel as an artist, you have to wear jewelry?

      As an artist, I’m embracing different shit. I got my first tattoo today. Different things are happening because of where I’m going and what I'm doing. I don’t feel like you have to wear a chain. The type of n*gga I am too, I’m a Kanye/Pharrell-ish guy where you don’t see me wearing a bunch of ice or watches. I’m more chill. I might bust out a couple pieces when I get that bread to do it. You always say what you’re not going to do but when you get the money to do it, you never know.


      The Chi’s Michael Epps Lists Favorite Accessories

      The Chi’s Michael Epps Lists Favorite Accessories

      Michael Epps is on his way to greatness. The child actor has already landed a huge pivotal role playing Jake on Showtime’s The Chi, a television show created by the well-respected Lena Waith. Born in Virginia but raised in Chicago, there’s no better person to play the role of a local coming up on the South Side of Chicago.

      Last year, Michael released his debut single titled “Drip,” proving he can make music just as well as he can ask. Regardless, he’s super excited for fans to tune into Season 3 of The Chi, arriving on June 21st of this year.

      King Ice caught up with Michael Epps to discuss his favorite jewelry accessories, rocking his iced out necklace during the Zoom call.

      Do you always wear your chain?

      Not always, when it’s needed.

      What are your go-to accessories for jewelry?

      A few chains, like 2. Earrings, ring, and a watch. Keep it real simple, for right now. This is right now.

      B-Real Reveals Who Had The Most Iconic Hip-Hop Chain

      B-Real Reveals Who Had The Most Iconic Hip-Hop Chain

      Photo Credit: Dr GreenThumb

      deserves all his flowers while he’s here. The Los Angeles native got his start as one of the leading rappers in Latino American rap group Cypress Hill, who received a rare star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. After touring the world with his bandmates, he’d go on to form rap rock supergroup Prophets of Rage, alongside members of Rage Against The Machine and Public Enemy.

      Photo Credit: Dr GreenThumbs

      Recently celebrating his 50th birthday, B-Real can’t be stopped. Most recently, he put out a project titled Los Meros with Berner (translates to “the bosses”), and continues to pave the way as a strong advocate for marijuana. His Dr. Greenthumb dispensary has since expanded to 6 locations, while his media company B-Real TV continues to thrive.

      King Ice caught up with B-Real via Zoom to discuss who he thinks had the most iconic hip-hop chain to this day.

      In your opinion, which hip-hop label had the most iconic chain?

      Oh man, that’s a hard one. Fuck. The most iconic chain? That’s hard to say. Probably Death Row.

      Why do you like them?

      They came at the time where labels were going really heavy on that, representing their brand and making it a clique thing. Bad Boy too, their shit was tight too.