"Working With Ice Prince Was A Privilege", says Fulstop

Emerging Nigerian artist Olaoti Olasunkanmi, otherwise known as Fulstop describes working with Ice Prince, arguably one of the best artists on the African continent right now, as nothing short of an honour.

The two fellow Naija artists collaborated on a single called 'BEDROOM', a single that undoubtedly goes a long way in showcasing the young man's potential and star-quality.
"As a young Nigerian artist, Ice Prince is someone that you look up to so it was a privilege having the opportunity to work with him. My manager sent him the song, he loved it, recorded his verse and sent it back to us. It may sound really easy but that is exactly how it happened", said Fulstop.

As suggestive as the track's name might sound, we sought an explanation and the source of inspiration from the 24 year old.
"I am generally inspired by life, I like to write about everything. Bedroom was inspired by all the beautiful women around the world that work hard but also know how to have a good time with someone that they care about", said the musician.

Having already announced himself on the scene, with this recent collaboration, among other things, as one of the stars to watch out for in the coming years, Fulstop has set his sights on breaking onto the international scene.
"There are major international collaborations in the pipe but I won't let the cat out of the bag just yet. I am looking forward to working with the likes of Asap Rocky, 6lack and Demian Marley etc.
"I will also be dropping a couple of more videos, more collaborations and an Ep before the end of the year", he said.


Fulstop is an alternative Nigerian artist, a front runner for The Believe Team (TBT) and hails from Ogun State, Abeokuta.
He is a graduate from the University of Lagos and self-proclaimed originator of a genre called "compound music"(a fusion of afro beat, pop, hiphop, highlife and reggae).
Fulstop is not just about the music, he is also a fashion enthusiast, influencing the world with his sense of style and panache.