Ice Prince

Ice Prince

About Ice Prince

Ice Prince, whose real name is Panshak Zamani, is a Nigerian rapper and songwriter. He was born on October 30, 1986, in Minna, Niger State, Nigeria.

Ice Prince rose to prominence in the Nigerian music industry in 2010 with the release of his hit single "Oleku," which became a nationwide hit and earned him several awards, including the Song of the Year at the 2011 edition of The Headies, a prestigious music awards ceremony in Nigeria. He followed up the success of "Oleku" with other hit songs such as "Superstar," "Aboki," and "Magician."

Ice Prince is known for his unique style of rapping, which blends English and Pidgin English with local Nigerian languages. His music often addresses social issues and reflects his experiences growing up in Nigeria. He has collaborated with several top Nigerian and international artists, including Wizkid, Sarkodie, Gyptian, French Montana, and Jidenna.

In addition to his music career, Ice Prince has also been involved in acting, appearing in films such as "House of Gold" and "Shuga." He has also been involved in philanthropy, supporting various causes such as education and healthcare.

Ice Prince has won several awards for his music, including Best International Act at the 2013 edition of the BET Awards. He has also been nominated for several other awards, including the MTV Africa Music Awards, the Nigerian Entertainment Awards, and The Headies.

Ice Prince remains one of the most popular and influential rappers in Nigeria and has played a significant role in the growth and development of the Nigerian music industry.





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