O’3ice returns with hope anthem, The Song Will Go On
Enigmatic Nigerian artiste, O’3ice, is set to step back into the music scene with an introspective song dubbed, The Song Will Go On. The young musician is making a comeback with his impressive lyricism and sonic direction as his strongest push.
With didacticism deeply rooted in his music, O’3ice is cutting his own cloth differently with the sound, creating more music that caters to catharsis.
Born Obiora Valentine Ezeonuogu, O’3ice told Guardian that the song deeply reflected his sentiment around love, which was dominantly born from observations.
“What motivated the song was pain and rejection from people, Betrayals and rejection from Human beings. It was also about portraying that at the end there should be love being given out to the world,” he said.
O’3ice who has his stronghold in Hip Hop, following his 2022 release dubbed, Lifestyle, lists his sonic influences to include “2face idibia, and the likes of Wizkid, Davido, Burna Boy, omah lay, Duncan mighty and so many more talents in the industry.”
The young musician also noted that his vision is “to show the world I have a voice and I need to be heard!”