After postponing the release date of “Like a Star 0.9” which was around last year, Ice Box has finally dropped the body of work.
Kumasi based artiste and the B.O Society front-liner “Ice Box” takes us through his life through his music, and this EP is not different.
His first track “Anyway”, the artist talks about the hustle to be successful in Ghana isn’t an easy task but regardless, he’s determined to make it by any means.
“Glory” which is number two on the EP is about him praying for his mum and working hard to be a winner to gain the glory.
In “Saint” he talks about disappointments from some ladies he knew from way back before he started gaining grounds and he talks about his bad habits too.
“Tomorrow” is the track he talks about future plans and how he’s grinding to meet all the plans made.
“A Man” talks about his enthusiasm to make things happen in life for him and his team.
He features his fellow music colleagues like Mr Jace, Jay Buzzles, Kwesi Kevin and his frequent collaborator Chief Kellz who released his latest tape “Trap Nights in Kentinkrono” last month.
Production credit goes to A Million Drums & nORTHS. All the tracks on “Like a Star 0.9” was mixed by Apya who has been working with Ice Box since day one.
To download the full mixtape in .ZIP, [CLICK HERE]
Last year December, Rich Miller gave us a Christmas gift in the form of “The Steppin” mixtape. This year, Christmas came early. Our musical Santa Claus is here with an EP, as a follow-up to the previous tape, “NDILIDI” EP. The 8-track EP is a body of work full of fireworks. Rich Miller’s delivery is on another level. Within a year, the young and talented rapper has improved his rap skill.
NDILIDI is an abbreviation of RichMiller’s favourite catch phrase, “Nobody Do It Like I Do It”, Even though this body work is to captivate good music lovers, it touches on the reality of life. It is also more of soulful yet invigorating rap music that aims at impacting lives. The production on this project is so on point that it makes you want to push your ear buds further in, to hear every lyric and appreciate each element of instrument and sampled vocals. Production credits go to Phredxter, Krizick, A2Rbeatz and FabDIdIt. The man behind this sonic excellence is 1Kwame. “NDILIDI” is here to serve rap fans and music lovers at large.
Ghanaian writer, J.Y. Frimpong, challenges so many cultural concepts in “The Sufist”. He presents five short stories which talks about suicide thoughts, failed expectations, disappointments in defined gender roles, digital citizenship and the negative side to development of cities we ignore.
Download the PDF of #TheSufist below. Have a good read.