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Ice Spice in Workout Gear Sends "EU Love"

She appeared on the remix of Taylor Swift’s song “Karma.”

Ice Spice is a breakout star in the rap scene. She is known for her songs "Princess Diana" and "Barbie World" with Nicki Minaj. She also appeared on the remix of Taylor Swift's song "Karma." Ice recently shared some highlights on Instagram. In them, she posed in different outfits, including a leopard print swimsuit. Ice captioned the post, "EU Love." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Ice Spice stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She Enjoys Music

For Ice, being passionate about music is important to her. She said on The Today Show, "I always had a passion for music and I feel like whatever people are passionate in, they're going to end up doing something along those lines. The second I stop having fun while recording, I need to just close the session and come back to it later. I don't really think, 'How am I going to get people to come into my store?' consciously, but I probably do without even realizing it."


She's Comfortable

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In her Today interview, Ice opened up about being nominated for a Grammy. "I was really nervous when I first found out that I was nominated," she says. "But now I'm more calm and collected, and I'm just excited to experience the Grammys in general. Being on the carpet and the interviews are fun, and seeing other celebrities is really fun."


She Wants To Be A Role Model

Ice wants to be a positive representation for black women in the music industry. She revealed to Today that this is why she was proud to win a Billboard Women In Music Award. "I'm really proud of that too. Because, of course, women are the minority in almost every industry. It's just a huge blessing to be part of the women really moving things in music."


She Wants People To Enjoy Her Music

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Ice tells Complex that she wants her music to be enjoyable. "I wouldn't consider myself a lyricist. Obviously, lyrics go into music and I do think about them and I do be having bars in my music but they're just super simple. I want them to be digestible, I don't want them to fly over people's heads and they never catch it. I want people to hear it right away and be like, 'OK, that was cute.' But it's also fun at the same time."


She Gets Vitamins From the Sun

"Vitamin D is a health benefit given to us by our oldest pal in the sky. Vitamin D plays a big role in bone health and low Vitamin D levels have been linked to rickets in children and bone diseases like osteoporosis. So how much sun do you need to get enough Vitamin D? It only takes 5-15 minutes of sunlight exposure on your arms, hands and face to get your daily value. The darker your complexion, the more time in the sun. Forget choking down a chalky vitamin every morning, just get outside for a bit and let the sun do its thing," says Intermmountain Health.

Anna Bechtel
Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more
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