Ice Spice’s Fearless Encounter with Nardwuar at Camp Flog Gnaw

Ice Spice, the rising star of the music industry, had her first-ever interaction with Nardwuar the Human Serviette at the renowned music festival, Camp Flog Gnaw. Their conversation, although short, revealed a side of Ice Spice that her fans had never seen before.

Ice Spice’s Fear of NYC Public Transport

Around the middle of their conversation, Nardwuar shifted the focus towards Ice Spice’s experiences in New York City, particularly her adventures with public transport. Ice Spice’s response was a mix of horror and laughter.

Just scary,” she said, her face mirroring the terror of her past experiences. “It was scary on the 4 Train but we made it out, period.

Ice Spice’s adventures weren’t limited to the 4 Train. When asked about her experiences on the 12 Bus, she let out a chuckle before admitting, “Not as scary as the 4 Train but still wocky… Made it out of that too, thank you, God. God is so good to me.

Divergent Live Performances

Further into their conversation, Ice Spice revealed her approach to live performances, noting that she likes to make them a bit different from her records. This revelation shows Ice Spice’s commitment to keeping her performances fresh and engaging for her audience.

Nostalgic Reflections and Love for Number Eight

Nardwuar, known for his thorough research, caught Ice Spice off guard when he presented her with an old photograph of herself. The image, which she wasn’t too thrilled about, showed a younger Ice Spice with her coach, Barb.

The number four was prominent in the photo, prompting Nardwuar to suggest Ice Spice’s affection for the number eight. “I do love number eight, how do you… I mean you be knowing everything, right?” Ice Spice responded, amused by Nardwuar’s extensive knowledge.

Nardwuar’s Camp Flog Gnaw Interviews

Nardwuar had been invited to Camp Flog Gnaw this year and took the opportunity to chat with some of the biggest artists performing there. His interview list includes industry giants like Tyler, the Creator, Dominic Fike, Teezo Touchdown, Beabadoobee, and PinkPantheress, a close collaborator of Ice Spice.

During his interview with PinkPantheress, Nardwuar was offered a producer credit after presenting her with a vinyl record of East African folk music, a thoughtful gesture respecting her mother’s Kenyan background.

Ice Spice’s Remarkable Year

Ice Spice’s Camp Flog Gnaw appearance was just one of the highlights of her breakthrough year. The Bronx rapper made it to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list, demonstrating her fast-rising prominence in the industry.

Her year was marked by a series of hits and collaborations with industry bigwigs like Nicki Minaj and Taylor Swift. These achievements cement Ice Spice’s position as a force to be reckoned with in the music industry, promising a bright future for this fearless artist.


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