Ice Spice confirms debut album 'Y2K' will drop in 2024

Ice Spice have announced their debut full-length album 'Y2K' and confirmed it will be released in 2024.

Today (January 31) NBC Morning news show Today Ice released a segment of Spice's appearance on the show in which he confirmed to Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager that he will be releasing an album this year. „I'm really excited,” she said. „It's called 'Y2K,' and it's going to be—it's almost over, so I'm really excited.”

Watch Ice Spice talk about his upcoming album Today Below:

Later in the clip, he confirms that he was „locked in” for a „crazy collaboration” record two days ago, though he refuses to reveal who he worked with.

The announcement comes just two days after the rapper released his first single of 2024, 'Think You The Shit (Fart)', which serves as a full version of the viral TikTok sound, including the now iconic lyrics: „Pichu, do you think you are ugly? / You're not even a slut”. Earlier this month, the rapper twerked and danced with a crowd in front of a 24-hour store while filming the video for the track in South Beach, Florida.

'Y2K' follows the Bronx rapper's January 2023 EP, 'Like..?', which included 'Munch (Feelin' U)' and 'In Ha Mood'. NME The release was awarded four stars, with Thomas Smith praising Ice Spice's deft bowling and equal confidence.

Ice masala. Photo credit: Johnny Nunez/WireImage

„The road is still long for Ice Spice, and facing the post-virus breakout period feels critical: longevity feels attainable, but casual listeners and even some fans remain fickle,” Smith wrote. „Like…?' In , she seems unconcerned about chasing influence or fans — she knows they'll come eventually anyway.”

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Earlier this month, Ice Spice was accused of copyright infringement over 'In Ha Mood'. Two musicians, namely Brooklyn rapper Duvall 'T.Chambers' Chamberlain and Bronx producer Kenley 'Cos the Producer' Carmanade, claimed to have „copied” the title, hook, chorus, diction and tempo of their song 'In That Mood'. , without seeking permission or consent. In their lawsuit, they said the two tracks were „so similar that they couldn't be purely coincidental.” Although Chamberlain and Carmanade are suing for damages, Ice Spice's legal team has yet to respond.

On top of his upcoming album, Ice Spice will appear at a handful of festivals later this year, including Coachella 2024, with headliners Lana Del Rey, Tyler, The Creator and Doja Cat, Roskilde alongside Foo Fighters, PJ Harvey, Jane's Nicki Minaj and 21 Savage along with Addiction and Doja Cat. and Wireless Festival.

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