"I work round the clock" says rapper on his international success

The Chocolate City rapper remains Nigeria's biggest export overseas having worked with international rappers like Joel Ortiz, French Montana, Wale, Chip, and winning the BET Awards in the 'Best African Act' category in 2013.

Ice Prince

Ice Prince has spoken exclusively to Pulse about the secret of his international success.

The Chocolate City rapper remains Nigeria's biggest export overseas having worked with international rappers like Joel Ortiz, French Montana, Wale, Chip, and winning the BET Awards in the 'Best African Act' category in 2013.

"I don't sleep. I work hard. I don't sleep really. I work round the clock, whether its in the studio or...I starve myself of sleep. And if you work hard the result will only show right? So probably what you see me do outside or overseas is as a result of my hard work" said the rapper about his success outside the shores of Nigeria.

Ice Prince also attributed his success to God also. "Apart from my hard work, God has also been amazing. There are some things that are just beyond me. It's just God. Me stepping into certain offices, having certain meetings or shaking certain hands its just God, and God is just blessing hard work" he stated.

The rapper is currently working on his third album which will be out in September. Jesse Jagz.

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