Nigerian rapper and singer, Panshak Henry Zamani, known in showbiz circles as Ice Prince Zamani has stated his contract with US-based record label, 300 Entertainment won’t change his “African” style of music.
This comes after Burna Boy’s warning to Nigerian artists who are excited about signing international record label deals due to the negative influence the international labels have on their music after signing them.
But speaking on the entertainment segment on New Day on Tv3 with MzGee, the ‘Oleku’ hitmaker said although his new record label is foreign, his management team is African which comprises a Ghanaian, two Nigerian and a Guinean thus his style of music remains African.
“…my management is all African. Two Nigerians, one Ghana and one from Guinea Republic so my whole team is all African.”
“the music is literally made in Africa (Lagos Nigeria), the videos are shot here. It’s not produced by an American producer. Everything is done here and for me, that’s most important. Nobody is changing my sounds.” He stated.
Ice Prince becomes the first African to be signed to 300 Entertainment, the record label for American rappers, Megan Thee Stallion, Gunna, Young Thug and hip-hop trio, Migos.