One of Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie’s hit songs, ‘Hand To Mouth’ has been featured in an American TV series.
ICE, a 10-episode drama series began airing its first season on November 16.
And in one of the scenes in its first episode, the award winning artiste’s song which caused ripples in Ghana at the time of its release about a year ago was heard playing at the background.
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Starring Judith Shekoni, Cam Gigandet, Jeremy Sisto, Konstantin Lavysh, Ray Winstone, Raymond Barry, and Donald Sutherland, the series is described as a high-impact, serialized crime drama that follows the Green Family, as they plunge into the underbelly of the Los Angeles diamond trade.
Jake (Gigandet) and Freddy (Sisto) are half-brothers brought together by their father Isaac (Barry), the patriarch behind G&G Diamonds and their uncle Cam (Winstone). After wildcard Freddy kills a prominent diamond dealer, his brother Jake must bail him out and save the family business from Sister Rah (Shekoni), a crime lord of the Los Angeles diamond trade. Jake must endure all of this while maneuvering amongst jewelry thugs, blood diamond deals, false certificates, the Feds, and Pieter Van De Bruin (Sutherland), a ruthless Afrikaanz diamond merchant who now heads up an Antwerp-based diamond cartel with the same cutthroat skills he applied as a surgeon in the South African armed forces.
The show is written and executive produced by Robert Munic, with Fuqua directing the first episode and also executive producing.