… and wave ’em like ya just don’t care!
This video fuses the summer’s hottest soft-serve delight with the aggression usually only reserved for urban street fights.
Here’s what the critics are saying:
After originally forming as a late 90’s underground Froyo movement, The Ice Kold Crew rose to prominence in the Los Angeles rap scene for their EP titled ‘Soft Serve Swerve (cum get sum)”. The much anticipated single “FroyOG” is the first from their studio record “Drip Drip Boom”, set to be blowing up the nation later this year.
An immediate hit, this jam features the smooth flow of foxy blonde Zana Lantana, an Australian hip hop artist said to have been the inspiration for Iggy Azalea’s latest album “The New Classic”, while the lyrical poetry of LL Chilli Swoop, OG Yogi and Chubb E Lumpkinz give us exactly what we expected: Solid Gold.
Open wide and get a mouthful of these infectious beats.
It’s ice cold. Enjoy.
Some may say that Zana Lantana’s rap is about twice as long as it should be. And to those people I say this: Probably.
Thanks to the Nash fam for the delicious title of this post. You guys are poets.
Thanks also to all the legends who made this video possible: Namely LL Chilli Swoop, OG Yogi, Chubb E Lumpkinz, Lance the Dance, Jonny Z, Travis, Pru, Klaus, Tow, Holly… and all those unnecessarily tolerant people at Yogurtland on La Brea and 3rd, Los Angeles.