Released: 2023

Yo, let’s dive into the world of Ice Spice as she delivers the heat on “In Ha Mood.” This track is all about the energy of a woman who’s feeling herself, caught up in her bag, and feeling untouchable. It’s an anthem for those who stay lit, stack paper, and won’t settle for less, especially from men. She’s vibing on her own wave, and it’s all about her confidence and hustle. Now, let’s break down what Ice Spice is serving up in this joint.

“Like, damn, she in ha mood” is the recurring mantra here, signaling that Ice is not just feelin’ fine, but she’s also entirely unbothered by anything that could kill her vibe. When Ice says “She lit, get money too,” she’s celebrating how she’s not just about the good times – she’s also about her paper. Getting lit and getting money go hand-in-hand for her; she’s doing both at peak levels.

Ice Spice starts off by setting the scene in front of a mirror, doing her dance, feeling herself. Homie might look like he’s packing heat (“And he packin’, I know by his pants”), but even if he’s a rapper, he “don’t got a chance” because Ice is focused on her own moves, her own money. She’s talking about being independent, not being swayed by someone’s status or appearance. And she’s all about those views – not just the ones in her mirror but the millions on her videos, signifying her rising clout.

Ice Spice In Ha Mood

At the party, she paints a picture of allure and power. “She’s a baddie, she know she a ten” is a shout-out to self-confidence, and she’s rolling deep with equally confident women by her side. It’s that energy that gets her constantly asked how she maintains her heat. The answer? Dropping hit after hit (“keep makin’ bops”), resulting in her taking the top spot and inciting envy (“If I was bitches, I’d hate me a lot”).

Moving away from the fake love (“No friends, I don’t fuck with the fakes”) and stepping into the limelight, Ice Spice is all about overcoming her tough past (“Pretty bitch but I came from the gutter”) and flourishing in the present. She’s got her sights on success and ain’t no one gonna slow her down – she’s becoming a viral sensation (“Goin’ viral is gettin’ ’em sicker”), and it’s eating up the competition.

Ice Spice caps it off with some ref to the legendary Lauryn Hill, painting herself as a modern-day rap goddess. “Pretty bitch like Lauryn with a big ass butt, yup” isn’t just a nod to physical beauty, but also talent and impact. She’s channeling that Lauryn swag and influence while telling everyone she’s not in a rush – they can wait on her, and they will, because she’s that in demand. And as she repeats that hook, “Like, damn, she in ha mood,” it cements the message: she’s riding high on her own wave, making them wait because she knows her worth and she’s calling the shots.

So, when Ice Spice says she’s in ha mood, it’s more than just a temporary feeling – it’s her whole lifestyle of leveling up, staying true to herself, and laying down the ground rules in both the rap game and personal interactions. She’s making it clear she’s the one to watch and that anyone who’s not adding to her elevation is just background noise. And that’s the energy “In Ha Mood” radiates: undeniable, unstoppable, and unapologetic.