One of the newest artists to emerge out of the drill rap scene is Ice Spice. Born in the Bronx, the “No Clarity” artist is just 22 and has already caught the attention of household names in the game.
Born in the birthplace of hip-hop and to a father who was an underground artist, Spice’s initial ambitions were to be an actress.
The name Ice Spice came from an Instagram account she created to use as an alter ego when she was younger. She soon left her acting dreams behind after a chance meeting with Bronx-based producer Riot.
The meeting led to the two connecting, with Riot making unique beats to flow with Spice’s rhymes.
The latest track by the dynamic duo is Munch (Feelin’ U). It has got over a million hits on YouTube and co-signs from the 6 God, Drake.
The two were seen earlier this year in his hometown of Toronto on the Budweiser stage.
Who’s The Queen Of Drill Rap?
On the topic of female drill rappers, the big debate that has many female emcees staking their claim is who’s truly the queen of drill rap.
Though all artists have their own unique d, they have proven that drill music can be added to many different genres of music.
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