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      Sevyn Streeter Prove She’s Here To Stay

      Sevyn Streeter Prove She’s Here To Stay

      From girl groups to one of the most talented songwriters to her own artistry, Sevyn Streeter prove she’s here to stay. The Florida-raised, Los Angeles-based creative spends the majority of her time (if not all) in the studio perfecting her craft. Since the release of her debut single "I Like It" in 2012, Sevyn has only grown and evolved as a woman and recording artist.

      Now, she returns with a brand new single titled “Whatchusay,” a simple reminder that women have the right to ask questions and be assertive. This holds fans over until her new project, Drunken Words, Sober Thoughts, arrives at the top of the year.

      King Ice caught up with Sevyn at a coffee shop in Silverlake to discuss her jewelry preferences and what she wants her legacy to be.


      What’s the most expensive piece of jewelry you own? 

      Bitch, first of all. I don’t spend a lot of money on jewelry. Not that I won’t in the future, but there are other things to me that I care about more. I care about studio time. Anything directly related to music and creativity for now, I’d much rather spend my money on that. But if I wanted to buy some jewelry, I could buy some jewelry. But right now at this place in my life, it’s not that important. It’s just not.


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

      Roc-A-Fella, hands down. It’s amazing to watch Roc-A-Fella turn from this sign we used to see Jay-Z throw up in his videos, to birthing what it has birthed. Roc Nation Sports. Roc Nation artists. To watch that, it’s on a whole other level because of what it does for your psyche. If you really pay attention, it makes you realize that once upon a time, Jay-Z was just a new artist with an idea and a dream, and a drive. You watched him diligently make decisions that were going to benefit his future, and that’s fire. That goes for any of the vets that we see today. I look at them like “okay, you figured it all the way out.” I love it, it puts a battery in my back every single day. 


      What do you want your legacy to be?

      For one, that I love God. That I’m obsessed with my family. That purpose is what matters the most. In whatever way that purpose has to veer its head – whether it’s my music and I’m singing as an artist, or I’m a songwriter, I’m a dancer, I’m screenwriter, or I’m a fashion designer. Whatever channel my creativity finds its way through, that’s what is most important to me. I’m a creative who listens to the ultimate creative, and the ultimate creative is God. I want to stay true to who I am and stay true to my art, and give people whatever drops of my spirit. 

      Teyana Taylor & King Combs Get Nostalgic in HYWI? Music Video

      Teyana Taylor & King Combs Get Nostalgic in HYWI? Music Video

      The Princess of Harlem links with King Combs for the video of her new single, “How You Want It?”

      In her self-directed video, Teyana Taylor, brings nostalgia to real life as the single samples Ma$e and Total’s 90’s hit, “What You Want?.” The video is an ode to the 90’s as Teyana re-lives some of the decade’s classic music videos.

      The visual opens with a homage to LL Cool J’s “Doin It’ which then transitions into a scene that looks like it was straight out of Ma$e”s “Mo Money Mo Problems” video. See what other vibes Teyana and King Combs bring back to light below.

      In this scene, Teyana can be seen wearing statement dangling earrings - like the ones we offer at King Ice.

      Below, Teyana & King Combs join forces, decked out in their matching leather 'fits. King Combs, who co-hosted a 90's Theme Party, powered by King Ice, is seen with multiple single row tennis chains



      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! 

      Jim Jones Links With Fat Joe in "NYC"

      Jim Jones Links With Fat Joe in "NYC"

      On the heels of his "El Capo" release, Jim Jones, reps for his city in his new collaborative single, "NYC." On the Fat Joe assisted record, Jones links with director, Shula The Don, to co-direct the single's official video. 

      Paying homage to the Big Apple, the video follows the two native New Yorkers through the notorious neighborhoods and sights of the borough of Manhattan. It also gives nods to the New York Knicks and Yankees, while a cameo quote from Queen icon, LL Cool J, appears. And a chilling reference to the Central Park Five - from Netflix's gripping series, "When They See Us." 

      In the video, Jones is seen sporting multiple diamond chains - including a few Louis Vuitton "LV" pendants, a hefty Jesus piece, some wrist and finger ice, as well. Watch below.  

      ScHoolboy Q & Kid Cudi Co-Star in "Dangerous" Music Video

      ScHoolboy Q & Kid Cudi Co-Star in "Dangerous" Music Video

      "An eye for an eye leaves the whole world blind." 

      The message, in bold yellow font, appears towards the closing scene in ScHoolboy Q's new video for "Dangerous," featuring Kid Cudi

      In the Alexandre Moors directed video clip, we find the duo caught in a tale of revenge - as scenes of Q holding a gun flash the screen. Before you know it, Q and his partner in crime are chasing their victim - shooting him and leaving him for dead. 

      [insert plot twist here]

      Now, as Q and his partner hop back in their getaway car, another car pulls up beside them - unloading bullets of their own. Now the closing message is clear. And undeniably powerful. Watch everything unfold below.