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Ice Spice EP “Like..?” Set For Impressive First Week

Ice Spice EP “Like..?” Set For Impressive First Week

Ice Spice EP debut “Like..?” is set to sell 14,500 units in its very first week. The Bronx baddie is celebrating the achievement.

Ice Spice EP Debut “Like..?” Set To Sell 14,500 Album-Equivalent Units

Ice Spice EP titled “Like..?” is having a fantastic first week of sales.

The 23-year-old rapper is set to move 14,500 album-equivalent units sold.

Partnering with 10K Projects and Capitol Records, this marks their debut project together.

The album has six tracks and Ice – real name Isis Gaston – is already feeling the love from fans.

The drill rapper says she writes all her own stuff.

However, all six tracks are produced by RIOTUSA.

Ahead of the drop, two music videos are available.

The tracks,Munch (Feelin U)and “Bikini Bottom” are already bangers.

You can see the video for “Bikini Bottom” below.

Just before the release of the EP, another single “In Ha Mood” (which she dedicated to all the baddies on the planet) makes its debut.

Lil TJay even jumped on one of the songs.

Check out the full tracklist for the “Like..?” EP below –

  • In Ha Mood
  • Princess Diana
  • Gangsta Boo (f. Lil TJay)
  • Actin A Smoochie
  • Bikini Bottom
  • Munch (Feelin’ U)

Here’s the official music video for “Bikini Bottom”

So how are you feeling about this new EP?

Are you yearning for more?

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