Ice dropped her debut mixtape Cold Bars Warm art on 1st December 2015 and it seems to be creating quite a buzz on the underground seen. With features on LGBT Underground, Gal-dem online magazine, The Weekly Top 40 and several online radio shows who have been playing featured tracks; such as “It’s That Time” played by DJ Chillz on Shoredicth Radio. Since releasing the mixtape, IcyKal has released two videos and secured several gigs in London, Paris and Spain off the back of the release. Watch out for IcyKal’s upcoming music video, “I Guess She Loves Him” shot by Genesis Elijah, featuring Samuel Williams Founder of Insane Gentlemen and Asherine Weston-Frost. The video focuses heavily on the emotional and mental side of domestic abuse and highlights key signs for viewers to pick up on. Keep locked for the third instalment due to be released late March/early April.
On 18th November 2012 Icykal released her second EP the Angry Kid, written by IcyKal, produced and edited by Sonov BedRock. This EP is very different to the first one. The beats are more edgy, more gritty and IcyKal releases unrelentless flows on every single track. Still hitting with the hard edge of reality, this EP quickly became popular amongst IcyKal's supporters. This resulted in a lot of people quoting IcyKal's punch lines in comments or status's on Facebook.
On 12th July 2012 IcyKal released her debut EP the Ice Breaker, written by IcyKal, produced by Otee and mixed by Sonov BedRock for free download. The EP is consists of classic Hip Hop beats and conscious lyrics from IcyKal. Each track is dedicated to a whirlwind of issues that most people face on a day to day basis and because of this, the EP has received a lot of positive reviews. Ice dropped the first video from the EP in September 2012 'Just Be You', shot and edited by Sonov BedRock. IcyKal and Laayie travelled to Paris in September 2012 to work alongside the Holdup Team (which they are now both formally a part of) to record a few tracks with the French Holdup Team members and to shoot the video for the French remix of 'Carry On'. This became the second video to be released from IcyKal's debut EP.