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Producer, poet, collaborations since 1989
Location: Italy, Altino


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Сюда кидаем миксы с треками Ice Mc

Для миксов,в которых есть треки Яна

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19 April 2012 4:12
ICE MC aka Ian Campbell, grew up in the area of Nottingham called Hyson Green. When he was in high school his initials IC quickly got him a nickname ICE (lately he interpreted it as Ian Campbell Esquire). Originally from Nottingham in the East Midlands of England where he was born on the 22nd March 1965, Ian grew up in the area of Nottingham called Hyson Green (sounds like "Ice n" Green"). His parents had moved there from Jamaica in the '50's along with a large number of their country men. They lived together and strived to keep their identity and maintain their cultural traditions. They continued to speak their own dialect "Jamaican Patua" which is not easy for other English people to understand although 30 years of Reggae Music has helped them. No better dialect for Raps and Rhymes just like the ones that he wrote for hits including "Easy", "It"s a Rainy Day", "Think About the Way", "Take Away The Colour". Unfortunately he was never credited for these lyrics. After leaving school he hung around Nottingham for a couple of years until in 1983 he joined a group of breakdancers and started touring Europe with them. One such tour landed him up in Florence and he decided to check it out. For a while he worked teaching breakdance then started doing a bit of DJing. In his spare time he was soon rapping and improvising in local bars and clubs. He also made two promo records one for a Club in Rimini and one for a label in Florence. In 1989 he met Robyx (Roberto Zanetti). Exactly in 1989 he released his first hit "Easy". This first single, was an immediate success and went Top 5 throughout Europe, No 3 in Germany and also was very big in South America. The LP CINEMA followed shortly afterwards and was also a big success. The artist has toured throughout Europe including Russia and even Siberia, South America , and North Africa. Then came ICE N" GREEN which was his biggest selling CD with three big hits. When he released his mega hits like "Take Away The Colour" (1993), "Think About The Way", "It's A Rainy Day" (both 1994), he got that Bob Marley Jamaican look that he keeps also today. Also in his songs produced from 1989 to 1995 main female vocal was done by Alexia. Songs from that time are very rhythmic and typical Hi-Energy records with Reggae influence. You are probably not surprised, since as I said he is Jamaican, so his hits have that Caribbean touch. Most of the lyrics by Ice MC are in "Jamaican Patua" which is a dialect similar to Pidgin Three of his most successful songs, "Think About The Way," (also featured in the soundtrack to the 1996 film Trainspotting), "It's A Rainy Day" and "Take Away The Colour", made the charts all over the world. Ian now got a new look and new style: raggamuffin. The album was also released in the US where the two biggest singles saw substantial club play and moderate dance music radio airplay, thus becoming hits. In 1995 "Ice'n'Green - The Remix Album" was released. This contained various remixes of previous hit singles.In 1996 a new album called The Dreadatour (produced by Masterboy) was released. The hit from the album was "Give Me the Light”, At the end of 2002 he decided to return to Italy. Ice and Robyx started writing some new material and at the beginning of 2004 began recording a new album. The new album, "Cold Skool" was released on April 19, 2004 on Time Records). ICE will be back in the studio shortly working on some new and exciting material......
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