Rapper Ice Prince has co-authored an autobiography titled-The Nigerian Dream according to Silverbird TV. The book profiles the life of the rapper and features stories behind his success as a music artiste. The book was launched on the 10th of December.
Zamani as popularly called said his interest in writing had inspired him to write the book. He also claimed he wanted to write something that would give fans an insight into his life as a musician.
The Oleku crooner had recently admitted to being an upcoming artiste. However, his awards do not suggest that. The rapper has won one BET award, one Ghana music award, three Headies award, two Nigerian Entertainment awards and two Channel O music awards.
Recent events in the music industry has seen the rapper emerge Spotify’s most streamed African rapper. This opposes his confession to being an upcoming artiste right? That’s what we thought too. The book definitely tells more. Get a copy!
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As we talk about his autobiography book, let’s take a brief look into the rapper’s life as a music artiste.
Ice Prince started writing songs in the year 1999 with his main interest in the rap genre. He went on to stage performances at social events held at his school. However, he didn’t start his studio sessions up until 2001.
In 2002, he went on to form a group called the Ecomog Squad. They however parted ways in the year 2003.
His life went from grass to grace after meeting with MI, Jesse Jagz and Taz with whom he formed the Loopy Crew. However, it wasn’t until the release of Oleku that he rose to fame. The song is officially the most remixed song of all time.
The rapper has released five albums. The albums include: Everybody loves Ice Prince, Fire of Zamani, Trash can, Jos to the world. The father of two has also released a total of twenty three songs. He is currently the Vice President of Chocolate City.