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Ice Prince & Mr Eazi in "In A Fix."

Ice Prince & Mr Eazi Connect For 'In A Fix'

A slow-burning romantic single.

Ice Prince comes through with the new music video for his just released collaboration with Mr Eazi, "In A Fix."

The new single sees the Nigerian rapper delivering a smooth and slow-burning romantic track. Mr Eazi handles the choruses over the laidback Jaysynths-produced beat, while Ice Prince rhymes about his love and dedication to his girl.

The new music video for "In A Fix," directed by Mr Moe Musa, follows both artists to the coast as they sing and rap by a Ferrari and attend a house party, it's a fairly typical video but it serves the songs well here.

Ice Prince's latest album C.O.L.D., which dropped last year on his new label Super Cool Cats, is one of the records that prove Nigerian rap is back on the rise.


Mr Eazi has been on a roll this year, shutting down his show at Coachella (and shouting out all of Africa from the stage) as well as showing his business prowess with the success of his emPawa initiative. Read more about that in our exclusive interview with the artist, The Music Business of Mr Eazi.

Watch the new music video for Ice Prince and Mr Eazi's "In A Fix" below.

For more of the best Nigerian music, follow our NAIJA HITS playlist on Spotify here and Apple Music here.

Ice Prince - In A Fix (Official Video) ft. Mr Eazi youtu.be

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