Rakeeb Nalado, professional known as Prince Dice was born on September 15, 1993. Prince Dice immigrated from Nigeria when he was 3 years old to Etobicoke, Canada in a rough area known as Rexdale. At a young age, has always had a passion for music being assimilated into the American culture and language through music and media.
Prince Dice and his family would later move to Brampton, Ontario where Prince Dice began recording at the age of 13. Soon after, he began showing his love for music & start rapping. It was rapping where he perfected his craft & creativity for the love of music. He is known for his bar-for-bar punchline delivery, flow and versatility.
Prince Dice first hit the scene when he was 15 with the release of his single Space Bars, a 4 minute punchline packed freestyle over Yung L.A.’s Ain't I instrumental. He then followed with his first original single Paparazzi an up-beat hip dance song produced by Canadian Producer J. Staffz. In 2012, he released many singles, including the sequel to Space Bars, Space Bars 2 and his most critically acclaimed Go Ape Shit.
As a full time student in college, Prince Dice fell back from the game for a while to focus on his studies. After finishing his studies, Dice formed his own record label Five Star Fly Club. Under his label he released singles Dreams Come to Fruition and Hit A Liq and most popular Dab Juice in 2016. Now, in 2019 Prince Dice released his latest single 1600 (Pull Up) through online American music aggregator SaonMusic.