Ice Spice was born on January 1, 2000 in The Bronx. In 2021, she began her career after meeting record producers RIOTUSA in Purchase College where her pop-friendly sound originated. Ice Spice’s first extended play, ‘Like ..?’, Ice Spice’ gained popularity through her singles such as “Munch” (Feeling U), “Bikini bottom,” and “In Ha Mood.”
NORD, a musician and artist from Oregon (Carter Davis), has been active in the music business. He has a commitment to constantly increase his knowledge, and achieve new milestones in personal goals along the way. His dedication to work is attributed to his extensive experience in digital media. He began creating and distributing content on the internet as a child.
The 18-year old Oregon rapper and the 23-year old New York rapper recently joined forces to release their latest single titled, “Boy’s a liar Part. PinkPantheress, a female English musician, is featured on “2”. The lyric style of NORD (Carter Davis), which often uses elaborate similes, multisyllabic rhyme chains and other rhyming patterns, fits perfectly with the Bronx-based artist’s signature sound, as evidenced by the positive feedback received from both new and returning listeners.
Pink Pantheress released the original single in November last year. The song talks about the problems of modern relationships and how toxic partners are often a part of these. The couple in this remix calls out each other’s boyfriends for past wrongdoings. Ice Spice’s lyrics are characterized by their signature sonic elements, such as punchlines that catch your attention and bold statements.
The new release, although it’s a remix of the original song, shares a lot of the same material. Ice Spice’s flow changes to include comments about her current romantic interest. The original hook remains, but the lyrics are changed. PinkPantheress said in an interview with NME that she is very picky when it comes to collaborating. “I always want someone who matches me well on a song,” PinkPantheress explained. Ice Spice’s flows and beats are unique. “I knew that many people would have a hard time with my beats but she was up to the task.”