Karma is Ice Spice collaborating with Taylor Swift.
Swift announced Wednesday that the “Boy’s a Liar” hit producer has re-edited her song “Karma.” Their collaboration will feature on the deluxe version of their album “Midnights”, which is due out Thursday.
“Hmm. There is so much to tell you. I’m a big fan of this great artist, and after getting to know him, I can say: He’s the ONE to watch,” the Grammy-winning artist captioned his latest Instagram post.
“I’m so happy to say that the amazing @icespice and Karma will be debuting TOMORROW night at MIDNIGHT ET as part of their new Midnights (Til Dawn Edition) luxury album.”
The Bronx-born rapper first rose to fame late last year after his song “Munch” gained popularity on TikTok. He has also released tracks like “In Ma Hood”, “Actin A Smoochie” and “Be a Lady”.
The news comes a month after Swift’s new girlfriend, Matty Healy, made a half-hearted apology to the rapper for a series of racist remarks she made on a podcast at her expense.
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The 1975 frontman revealed on a February episode of “The Adam Friedland Show” that he once messaged Ice Spice on Instagram.
Friedland and co-host Nick Mullen later referred to her as “Inuit Spice Girl” and “chubby Chinese woman” while mocking her Chinese and Hawaiian accents, while Healy laughed.
The podcast episode was found so offensive that Spotify removed it from its platform, causing Healy to apologize to the “Princess Diana” host two months later.
“I feel a little bad and I’m a little sorry if I offended you. Ice Spice, I’m sorry,” he said at a concert in April.
“It’s not because I’m angry that I was misunderstood as a joke. Because I don’t want Ice Spice to think I’m a commercial. I love you, Ice Spice. I’m so sorry.”
The “Chocolate” musician first sparked love rumors with the “Cruel Summer” singer after breaking up with Joe Alwyn earlier this year.
She was spotted at her shows in Nashville and Philadelphia after a source confirmed her ties to the US Sun. He was even photographed at a performance with Swift’s father, Scott, before sneaking into his New York City apartment a few nights later.
The “Anti-Hero” singer, who is currently on the American leg of the Eras Tour, explained that she has “never been this happy”.
“I feel like telling you… In my life, in every aspect of my life, I’ve never been happier,” she said in the middle of a concert last week.
“And I want to thank you for being a part of it. Not just the tour. I finally feel like my life has meaning.