Kice...Of Course drops ill narratives, metaphors, and punch-lines, over beats by former Co. Flow DJ/producer Mr. Len on New Experience. Kice began getting some serious industry recognition when he was featured for an entire month on the "Home Jams" segment of the DJ Big Dennis show on New York's Hot 97 FM. It wasn't until he independently released his first album Only A Few Understand however, that he caught the ear of Mr. Len, who promptly added him to his own Smack Records roster. On New Experience, we hear Kice effortlessly switch up his rhyme style, bringing a variety of subjects to life with his bass-heavy vocals. On "Miracles," for instance, Kice reflects upon the struggles of surviving in a world rampant with AIDS, natural disasters and human cloning. He then shifts into a cocky yet comic demeanor for "Thumpin," where he raps about wearing a fake diamond watch, beating up an A&R to get his demo played, and how "girls get wet starin' at [his] eyebrows." New Experience features Monique Anderson on the radio-friendly single "Everything," along with appearances by Bullymouth, Mental Case, and D the Schizophrenic. In addition to Mr. Len, the album also features production by Ment Plus and JS Krillz. Order New Experience from UGHH.com today and receive a free poster and five-pack of stickers.