I Believe I’m Not At The Top Yet – Ice Prince

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Former Chocolate City artiste, now boss of his own Super Cool Cats music imprint Ice Prince has some advice for young and upcoming music acts.

Ice Prince whose real name is Panshak Zamani chatted with Sunday Scoop when he dished out some tip to younger unaccomplished artistes. He also shared his views on the exposure of Nigerian music on the global scene.

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Ice Prince Zamani had this to say:

“I believe that everybody can make it. I’m not the finest boy and I am not the most educated but I’m here today. Even the northern part of the country where I come from is not so entertainment inclined and one may be tempted to conclude that no music star can come out of that region. But with persistence and the grace of God, I’ve been able to attain a certain height in my career, even though I believe I’m not at the top yet.”

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He spoke further on the growing acceptance of Nigerian music on a global scale.

“Nigerian music is on point right now and I’m actually proud to be a Nigerian artiste. A lot of the folks here work really hard and I’m glad the world has finally noticed. The attention of the world is turned to the Nigerian music industry and everybody wants to do business with us. I think it’s a really good time for the industry,”

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