King Ice is undisputedly a one stop shop for hip hop inspired jewelry and accessories that is based in the rolling hills of LA. But do real rappers actually wear such reasonably priced gold chains, stud earrings, and bejeweled cuff links? The answer is a resounding yes. The truth of the matter is that anyone who dons a diamond studded pendant worth more than the building they are in, is asking to get robbed. It makes more sense to wear a sturdily constructed knock off with enough swagger to make the haters believe it is a real gold piece. Just look at all these famous rappers who have collaborated with King Ice in the recent past!
3. Wiz Khalifa
Wiz Khalifa appeared behind the scenes at the Bishop Radio Show rocking a King Ice Gold Plated Egyptian King Tut Bling CZ Pendant that retails at $99.99 plus tax. He wore it with the King Ice crew backstage amid the crowds, cocktails, and clouds of smoke. To prove it we have an edited video version of the whole thing here.
2. The Game
Last December, King Ice caught up with the Game backstage at the Jesus Piece Live Concert at the House of Blues Hollywood. The Game is sporting his blinged out Platinum CZ Jesus .925 Sterling Silver Pendant that is valued at $60. Other artists present include Tyga, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, DJ Quik, King Chip, K. Roosevelt, Clyde Carson, Tank, and AR.
1. Tyler the Creator & Mac Miller
Tyler the Creator and Mac Miller were utterly thrilled when King Ice presented them with their Platinum Jesus Pendants in the backstage VIP room at House of Blues. You can tell because they stand there without a trace of emotion on their face, as though attempting to mask strong feelings underneath their cool exteriors.