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    Gunna And Jordyn Woods Co-Star in “Baby Birkin” Video

    Gunna And Jordyn Woods Co-Star in “Baby Birkin” Video

    Hip Hop meets High Fashion in Gunna’s new video for his single “Baby Birkin.”

    TV show personality, Jordyn Woods, stars in the Spike Jordan directed visual that finds Gunna, Jordyn, and some ladies in the middle of the hills in a highly cinematic clip - looking like a scene out of a Vogue fashion shoot. While the ladies are seen in the transitioning scenes walking through the barren land, posing next to Gunna, and riding on a carousel, the “Drip or Drown 2” rapper gets dappered up for his performance shots.

    In the first half of the video, as he’s dressed in all red, Gunna is spotted with multiple gold chains, a pair of statement shades, gold bracelets, and a couple rings on each hand, as he carries a bag full of cash. Closing out the video, he trades in his red ‘fit for a yellow suit that he pairs with darker shades, and more jewelry.

    Watch below! 

    Snoop Dogg Links With Vietnamese Sensation SƠN TÙNG M-TP

    Snoop Dogg Links With Vietnamese Sensation SƠN TÙNG M-TP

    Vietnamese sensation, SƠN TÙNG M-TP, is breaking musical barriers with his vibrant music and epic collaborations. And even if you can’t understand his native language, there’s no denying how infectious his music is once it drops.

    Take for example, his collaborative single with Gangsta Rap pioneer, Snoop Dogg! On the record titled, “HÃY TRAO CHO ANH," the two linked for a captivatin visual that has already garnered over 12 MILLION Youtube views!

    Watch the video below! 

    Snoop Dogg Celebrates Himself On New Single

    Snoop Dogg Celebrates Himself On New Single

    Last but not least, I wanna thank ME.

    King Ice collaborator and supporter, Snoop Dogg, unveils new visuals for his new single, “I Wanna Thank Me.” The single also serves as the title track from his forthcoming album - set for a release later this year. The single is an ode to himself, after his speech at the Hollywood Walk of Fame in November went viral. The Battlecat production finds Snoop bigging himself up for the “20+ years” he put into his career in entertainment and music.

    “I wanna thank me for believing in me. I wanna thank me for doing all this hard work. I wanna thank me for having no days off.”

    Snoop undeniably has the right to boast about all he has accomplished in his lengthy career. “West Coast king, man, I need a statue. Yeah, I said it, who did it like me? Twenty-plus years, I ain’t even gotta sell it.

    And ofcourse, check Snoop out in all things King Ice below.

    CJ Wallace to Appear in “Scream: The TV Series” Revival

    CJ Wallace to Appear in “Scream: The TV Series” Revival

    The popular horror movie franchise, “Scream,” is returning to the screen - thanks to VH1. A few years ago, MTV aired “Scream: The TV Series,” which ended after two seasons. Yesterday, VH1 shared a “First Look” at the revival of the series! Season 3 is set in the city of Atlanta, and features a brand new cast including Mary J. Blige, Tyga, Keke Palmer, and RJ Cyler. It was also shared that The Notorious B.I.G. and Faith Evan’s son, CJ Wallace, and Michael Jackson’s daughter, Paris Jackson, will both make cameo appearances throughout the series.

    If you missed it, CJ Wallace recently celebrated with the King Ice family in Los Angeles. We hosted a 90’s theme party not only honoring the Notorious B.I.G., but the release of our latest Biggie collection.

    Check out the trailer for “Scream: The TV Series” below, and a few photos from our release party. ICYMI.

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    CJ Wallace

    CJ Wallace, @Mr.KingIce & King Combs 

    Rent Notorious B.I.G.'s Childhood Home For $4K/Month

    Rent Notorious B.I.G.'s Childhood Home For $4K/Month

    Once called his "one-room shack," the Notorious B.I.G.'s childhood apartment in Brooklyn is now a three-bedroom condo. 

    Why, hello there gentrification

    Listed on COMPASS, the apartment on 226 St. James Place, now boasts three full bedrooms, a den/office space, an updated kitchen, and a dining room - inside the original building that has since been converted into a luxury condominium. 

    City Council member, Laurie Cumbo, recalls a time when this area of Brooklyn was "redlined." "People didn't want to live here, people moved out of the neighborhood, they had left us to die." 

    Unfortunately, a lot of New York City's neighborhoods are seeing changes that are only benefiting those who are coming into the city - with money. And forcing its natives outside of the very homes they grew up in.