Ice Spice & Doja Cat Look Gorgeous Together At Pre-Grammys Party
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Ice Spice & Doja Cat Look Gorgeous Together At Pre-Grammys Party

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Ice Spice and Doja Cat met up recently. However, fans think this could lead to something bigger than a Kodak moment. During the Grammy festivities, the “Munch” rapper and the Planet Her artist linked up for a quick flick together. Though Spice captioned the post with several emojis, it led some to believe that a collab could happen soon.

 

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If a collaboration happens, it would undoubtedly make Ice Spice’s year. In her meteoric rise in the past year, she’s earned plenty of co-signs. Still, she admitted that she wanted to lock in music with Doja Cat. During an interview with Erykah Badu and her daughter Puma Curry for Interview Mag, the “Bikini Bottom” rapper said Nicki and Doja would be her dream collabs. “I have to say Nicki because that’s just like, duh,” she told Puma Curry, who was surprised Nicki didn’t hop on “Munch.” “She would eat that shit up, too. But another dream collab is Doja Cat.”

Perhaps, this is something we could look forward to in the future. Doja Cat previously stated that she feels discredited as a rapper. Maybe, we’ll catch Doja Cat and Ice Spice go bar-for-bar. The “Boss Bitch” artist revealed that she’s working on her next album. It’s unclear how deep she is in the recording process but maybe, she could free up a verse for the Bronx Baddie.

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The two artists met up at Spotify’s Best New Artist, which brought out a slew of stars. Not only did up-and-comers like Doechii, Shawn Mendes, and Tove Lo show face but also, A-List celebs like ​​Leonardo DiCaprio, Trevor Noah, and Jared Leto. Evidently, it was an excellent opportunity throughout the chaotic Grammys week to not only spot the biggest celebrities but catch the next big emerging act.

Ice Spice has undoubtedly ascended to become one of the most prominent figures in rap in 2023. Thanks to the success of “Munch (Feelin’ U),” she earned critical acclaim as one of the first female rappers from the New York drill scene to reach mainstream attention. In January, she shared her debut EP, Like…? which boasts “Gangsta Boo” ft. Lil Tjay and her latest hit, “In Ha Mood.”

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