Ice Spice Celebrates 'Y2K' Era With Release of Fiery New Single 'Phat Butt'

Ready to make waves in the music industry, Ice Spice brings back the Y2K vibe in her latest single 'Phat Butt', which serves as the opening track for her highly anticipated debut album 'Y2K'.

AceShowbiz - Ice Spice continues to tease her highly anticipated debut album "Y2K" with the release of her latest single "Phat Butt" on Friday, June 21. The song serves as a nod to mentor Nicki Minaj and a lyrical reminder of Ice's rise to stardom.

Floating over a beat by RiotUSA, Ice raps about her accomplishments, including four top-10 singles on the Billboard Hot 100 and multiple Grammy nominations. "We came from the four line to four times Grammy-nominated, word," she declares on the song's interlude.

The accompanying video showcases Ice sporting an orange bob and twerking in front of graffiti. The single is set to open her debut album, due out on July 26 via 10K Projects and Capitol Records.

Along with "Phat Butt", Ice has shared other singles from "Y2K", including "Gimmie a Light" featuring Sean Paul, "Think U the Sh** (Fart)" and "Pretty Girl" with Rema.

In support of the album, Ice Spice will embark on her inaugural headlining tour, the "Y2K! World Tour". The tour will kick off with international festival performances in early July before hitting the U.S. on July 30 in Washington, DC.

Before announcing her debut album in January, Ice Spice collaborated with Cash Cobain and Bay Swag for a remix of their hit "Fisherrr". She has also been praised for her unique style and crossover appeal, which she credits to her authenticity.

"I'm always just being myself," she told PEOPLE. "I don't try to be anyone else."

Beyond music, Ice Spice is set to make her acting debut in Spike Lee's upcoming film, a reinterpretation of Akira Kurosawa's 1963 thriller "High and Low" starring Denzel Washington.

Follow @ Google News

You can share this post!

You might also like
Related Posts