The Bronx Rapper Continues Her Winning Streak with a Twerking Extravaganza
Ice Spice, the rising star from the Bronx, has once again made waves in the music scene with the release of her latest music video, “Deli.” The video, which premiered recently, showcases the rapper’s vibrant personality and unique style as she throws a party in a local bodega, twerking with friends and flaunting stacks of cash.
The song “Deli” is part of the expanded deluxe edition of her project “Like.” The video, directed by George and Frederick Buford and Ice Spice herself, has the rapper turning up on the streets of her Bronx hometown, twerking up a storm in a deli, and making it rain on her friends who are shaking it up on the counter.
Ice Spice’s lyrics in “Deli” are as bold as her performance, with lines like “She a baddie, she showin’ her panty, she shake it like jelly, hunnid bands in Chanely, but I’m still shakin’ ass in a deli.” The track is expected to add to Ice Spice’s charting feats as it challenges for a top 50 debut on the Billboard Hot 100 next week.
The rapper has been on a winning streak, with her previous singles “Barbie World” and “Princess Diana,” both featuring Nicki Minaj, making it to Billboard’s top 10. Ice Spice’s rapid rise to stardom since her breakout single “Munch” was released in 2022 has been nothing short of meteoric. She has been leaning on industry heavyweights like Nicki Minaj and Drake for advice and guidance as she navigates the music industry.
In a recent conversation with Zane Lowe, Ice Spice shared, “Drake and I talk all the time, and we’re always just laughing about some things that go on. And I’ll ask him, ‘What should I do with this? Or how’d you go about this? Or did you ever experience that?’ And he’ll… tell me, ‘I did this, and you should do that too because you can.’ And I’ll be like, ‘You’re right. Period. I’m going to do that.’ It’s like coach vibes.”
Ice Spice’s bold and unapologetic style, coupled with her talent and drive, continues to make her a force to be reckoned with in the music industry. With the release of “Deli,” she shows no signs of slowing down.