13 December 2018

Africa: Ice Prince Is Africa's Most Streamed Rapper of 2018

Aboki crooner, Ice prince, has become Africa's Most Streamed Artiste on the music streaming platform, Spotify.

The award-winning artiste whose released an EP titled COLD 19 million streams, 3 million fans, 1 million hours and played in 65 countries.

IcePrince became a national sensation in 2011 after his song featuring Brymo Oleku off his album Everybody Loves IcePrince hit the media waves. In 2012, another song Aboki became a worldwide anthem with several African artistes including Sarkodie jumping on the remix.

His single Me Versus Me has been nominated for the 2018 Headies awards.

Wizkid's One Dance retains the number of Most Streamed African song in Spotify's history with I.6 billion streams. Mr Eazi comes second with 163 million streams, 16 million fans, 8 million hours.

Wait isn't this the same ice prince you making fun of ?? Nigerians don't hv respect 😂smh pic.twitter.com/SZD0Oiexc4

-- Najeeb 🍯🐝 (@RilwanNajib) December 12, 2018

Less than 24 hours before that, he had requested that people post their pictures so that they can be appreciated.

Reply with a nice pics of you pic.twitter.com/2S6PqWic8g

- Iceprince (@Iceprincezamani) December 11, 2018

A move which caused tweeps to accuse him of following the paths of Twitter influencers

That's how Ice prince will become twitter's Tunde ednut 🌚

-- #Mathematician (@_fiizy) December 11, 2018

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