Ice Prince, the Nigerian rapper, has shed light on the dissolution of Choc Boiz, the rap group.


Choc Boiz was a group of recording artistes from Chocolate City, the record label.

The group comprised M.I Abaga, Jesse Jagz, Ice Prince, and Brymo.

In a recent podcast interview with Echooroom, Ice Prince attributed the break-up to “growth”.


The rapper said they felt the need to independently own their platforms, where they would be able to groom young artistes in the industry.

“What happened to Choc Boiz? I would say it is growth,” he said.

“Then I do not know if it was a miscalculation or whatever but one thing that we did back then was we go got to a point where we thought that people like M, people like Jesse, people like Ice, should start up their own companies so we can allow younger artistes come in the game.


“If you remember, there was a time when Chocolate City started looking for young artistes, you know, young artistes like Koker, Ckay, Blaqbonez, had to come in. Now those artistes cannot be sharing a budget with you know that is what it was.”

In 2018, M.I Abaga also addressed the disbandment of Choc Boiz.

He said, “I was accused of doing things I did not do and vilified in the media without ever speaking up about it.”

He added that he decided to “forgive” because he is not perfect.


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