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Ice Spice Unveils The Cover And Release Date For Her Debut Album ‘Y2K’



Ice Spice recently announced that her eagerly awaited debut album, Y2K, is set to drop on July 26. On Wednesday, June 5, she encouraged fans to pre-save the album through the link in her bio.

The album cover, which she revealed alongside the announcement, features Ice Spice standing in front of a graffiti-adorned New York City backdrop. She’s dressed in jean shorts and green leopard-print boots, striking a pose by a subway station entrance next to a fire hydrant, with “Y2K” spray-painted in hot pink on a nearby trash can.

Ice Spice has already had a strong year, releasing singles like “Think U the Shit (Fart)” in January and her Sean Paul-sampling track “Gimmie a Light” in May.

In an interview with Complex, Ice Spice shared her excitement about the new album. “I just can’t wait for my fans to hear the new music. There are some songs on there that sound different from a lot of my other tracks. I’m so excited about that,” she said. She explained that the album is titled Y2K because she was born in 2000.

Y2K will build on a string of successful singles and collaborations that have propelled Ice Spice to fame since her 2022 hit “Munch (Feelin’ U).” In July 2023, she released Like..? (Deluxe), which included viral tracks like “Butterfly Ku” and the Lil Tjay-assisted “Gangsta Boo.” Her collaboration with Nicki Minaj on “Princess Diana (Remix)” also peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100.

In addition to her musical achievements, Ice Spice teamed up with Cash Cobain and Bay Swag for a new version of “Fisherrr” and collaborated with designer Alexander Wang to launch his Spring 2024 collection. She modeled several striking pieces, including a sheer mesh dress, bomber jacket, and halter top.