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.
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!
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.
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.
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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.
King Ice has built its reputation on quality. And we recognize quality not only when we see it, but when we hear it as well. Whether its mainstream, or indie, good music is good music and we’re here to share the hottest records we come across on the World Wide Web - on a weekly basis.
To kick things off, we take you to the Midwest where VELA$ gives us a dose of a much needed “Nite Cap.” By way of Brazil, the St. Louis upstart captivates listeners with a hypnotizing production, crafted by Audio Chef, that haunts us with its taunting woodwind loops, and gritty drums. VELA$ shares that he’s in need of a nite cap cos he’s “been staying up till 3 now. Bad b*tch with me, we gon run the scene now.”
Next stop is the DMV, as Maryland’s own, AUNZ, takes on The Weeknd’s “Thursday” with his own remix titled, “ON THURS.” With his new album currently streaming on all platforms, AUNZ pairs the audio with fresh visuals directed by Jayson King and edited by Ryan Green.
As we head out to the Left Coast, we take a detour in Nevada, as Las Vegas transplant, Tru.Starr, finally unleashes his long-awaited project, “Smoke Break.” To close out 2018, Tru.Starr released a short film (with the same title) that featured a few singles off the album. Listening to Tru.Starr is both nostalgic and refreshing, as he effortlessly fuses old school soul with a new school attitude.
On the mainstream side of things, Future unloaded new bangers on “The WIZRD,” his seventh solo album. On the 20-track project, Future introduces us to his new persona with the help of Wheezy, Tay Keith, 808, and Southside, providing the musical backdrop. Standout record, “First Off,” features Travis Scott, who’s just one of three guest features on the project.
Back in New York, Brooklyn and Harlem make some noise as Desiigner and Dave East combine forces on “RIICH” produced by HitMakerDot and Chuck Taylor. Both rappers hold their own weight in their respective verses. From the city known for its hustle, Desiigner and East rap about their come-up, how to get the bag, and women.
“Woke” has become a trendy word in this day but with good intent. People are encouraging others to “stay woke” because, honestly, there’s a lot of BS going around in our society right now. Gearing up for a big year ahead, 2 Chainz unleashed a lyric video for his latest freestyle, “Stay Woke.” The freestyle comes as the ATL kingpin readies his new album, “Rap or Go to the League” - which has been delayed for some time now. Produced by Buddha Bless, “Stay Woke” takes a sample from INOJ’s “My Boo.”
“Look in the mirror, I say I did it myself. But God right there, he know I needed some help. I seen’em follow trends lil they end up broke. Read a book, change they diet, talking about stay woke.”
With an abundance of talented newcomers, and heavyweights that continue to push the culture forward, Hip Hop remains a force to be reckoned with. And here at King Ice, we continue to honor the culture with pieces such as our latest, commemorating the late Notorious B.I.G. The “Dream” Necklace features a “Dream” pendant that is covered in 14K gold plating with a VVS Diamond Simulate. Each Dream Drip necklace comes with a 6mm stainless steel rope chain - keeping the aesthetics Hip Hop inspired.
Showing love to both coasts, our official "Death Row Records" collaborative piece is also a Hip Hop must have.
As one of our most requested pieces, the Death Row necklace is solid 14K gold (48.0 grams) with genuine diamonds (1.03 ct), pieced with a solid 14K Cuban chain (35 grams). Each piece comes with a limited edition King Ice storage box and a Certificate of Authenticity.