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      Mikey Polo: The "Best Artist in the World Right Now"

      Mikey Polo: The "Best Artist in the World Right Now"

      Mikey Polo describes himself as the “best artist in the world right now,” alongside his bro Trippie Redd. While living with Trippie and being part of his 1400 Gang is a ball in itself, Mikey has his own movement: Emo Gang.

      Mikey is a walking ball of light, decked out in face tates, vibrant colors, and he loves skinny jeans. When it comes to his sound, “emo-slime” is the best description. Most recently, the 25-year-old was able to travel overseas to Europe with Trippie, but the Coronavirus pandemic shut everything down.

      King Ice caught up with Mikey in downtown Los Angeles to discuss his love for chains and why he never takes them off.


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      Talk about all your chains you got on.

      I don’t got ‘em all on. I got the RR, it stands for Real Right. It looks like the Rolls Royce symbol but it has the swords at the bottom. Everybody who knows me knows what Real Right stands for. I got the TRAP: take risks and prosper. This right here is the skeleton, I used the skeleton mold. I like skeletons, I can't help it. Skulls are my favorite.

      Do you always wear those chains?

      Yeah, I pretty much don't take them off ever. I shower with them, go to sleep with them, all that. If you can’t shower with your chains on, then you’re a bum. That's how I look at it. If you’re a rapper and you want to wear diamonds, if you can’t get in the pool and you can't get in the shower with your chain on, your neck’s going to turn green.

      What about when you’re making love?

      I fuck with my chains on. I definitely do, trust me. I fuck with the ring on, the chains on, everything. I say it in my music, “I fuck her with my chain on.” Sometimes she wants see the ice glistening while you’re looking up, you never know. [laughs]



      SKOOLY Drops $38,000 On His Watch 🔥

      SKOOLY Drops $38,000 On His Watch 🔥

      While you may recognize Skooly as 2 Chainz, he’s actually been in the rap game since the age of 14. Coming up as part of Atlanta rap group Rich Kidz, his transition into his solo artistry was seamless. In fact, the real ones know how much of an influence he has on the new generation, creating a lane where he can both sing and rap and make it sound good.

      Most recently, the 25-year-old released his new tape titled Nobody Likes Me, showcasing his truest, deepest feelings and emotions about where he stands as both an artist and human being. The project hails standout single “Go,” which he created for both females and gangsters to dance to.

      King Ice caught up with Skooly via Instagram Live to discuss his chains and very shiny AP.

      Can you show us your chains?

      This is a 6, with a halo on top of it. I got this from Golden Sun in Detroit, along with my watch. This is an AP, the Royal Oak Offshore collection. This is actually big for me and monumental. My man Blow got this for me, he's locked up right now. Free him, he'll be home soon. 

      How much is that AP?

      Skooly: It's not as new as the new rappers, but I have original VS1 stones in here. This is like $37K to $38K.

      "Nobody Likes Me" album artwork

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      Lyrica Anderson's Go-To Jewelry Accessories🌺

      Lyrica Anderson's Go-To Jewelry Accessories🌺

      The world loves Lyrica Anderson, and she loves us back. With over a decade of experience in the industry, the Los Angeles native has not let her foot off the gas pedal in the slightest. Getting her start penning songs like Beyonce’s “Jealous,” Chris Brown’s “Party,” and Demi Lovato’s “All Night Long,” it’s now time to shift all her focus into her own artistry.

      That, and of course being a mother to her son Ocean. Lyrica’s new single “Marriott” is a statement to her ex-husband A1, whose relationship fans may have witnessed all unfold on VH1’s Love & Hip Hop. Now, Lyrica’s focused on her new project — which will be her best one yet.

      King Ice caught up with Lyrica on Instagram Live who was rocking large hoops, a double nose ring, and big shades under the bright LA sun.

      What are your go-to accessories jewelry-wise?

      The double nose ring is there no matter what. Even if I wear all silver (because it’s gold), they’re there. They’re real. I mix real jewelry and costume jewelry. These are some cheap little hoops that are comfortable that go with anything, with some jeans or whatever. Then I have my Rolex, I’ll wear that. It depends on what kind of mood I’m in, if I’m dressing up that day.

      I see you got ice on your neck too.

      I wear a choker chain. I have a diamond one, I have a little one. It just depends.

      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.

      Mike Darole: Find Out How a $50,000 Nearly Cost Him His Life

      Mike Darole: Find Out How a $50,000 Nearly Cost Him His Life

      Rollies aren’t always your best friend. For Mike Darole, it damn near cost him his life. Unfortunately for the Bay Area native, he was shot once already years ago back home in San Jose, resulting in open heart surgery to keep him alive. Fast forward to a few months back, he was shot AGAIN, this time in the comfort of his own home.

      2 guys jumped him in the elevators of his apartment complex in Los Angeles, and Mike went into straight survival mode to protect himself. The physical altercation resulted in the rapper getting shot in the elbow, landing him right back in the hospital — a dark place full of pain that he already had to overcome.

      King Ice caught up with Mike Darole to discuss his $50K Rolex, and why that led the two guys to try to rob him in the elevator. Thankfully, Mike survived and is here to tell his truth.

      Can you touch on the Rolex and the bad energy that it brought?

      Jewelry itself, those are trophies to me. I work really hard for that. I work really hard in general. I I want to purchase jewelry because in this music industry, that’s one of the things that other artists see. Fans and other people see jewelry, they’re like “okay.” The thing is with jewelry and materialistic things, it brings negative energy. That’s the people who don’t have what you have. I had to learn the hard way. I didn’t know that having all the jewelry was going to bring this type of energy, and that I’d be getting shot. It’s unfortunate. Sometimes I don’t even want to buy this shit anymore, because I have to look over my shoulder? Or I have to hire security to be with me? It’s ridiculous. 

      Talk about your cross pieces? 

      This right here means life forever. I really do believe in God, so I have crosses on me. I have a cross right here [points to tattoo]. I feel safe with this.