By Jasmine Wing
North-West London rapper, Trapstar Toxic aka Tokyi Ajibola, an active member of the rap collective CRS/ICB/CSB (Church Road Soldiers/Ice City Boyz/CrimeScene Boyz) let his fan’s know he is sorry that he has been taken into jail again just months after his release.
Ice City Boy Trapstar Toxic has been making music for over 5 years and is a veteran in the game.
On his release from prison at the end of last year he dropped the banger – Out Ere. The video features his lawyer – James Scobie QC who helped him clear his name at the Old Bailey. Trapstar Toxic, aka Tokyi Ajibola was cleared of two counts of attempted murder and possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life. His ‘Out Ere’ tune clocked up more than 300,000 views in 10 days. The video shows the grime star wearing a thick gold chain as he walks past the historic Central Criminal Court in the City before celebrating winning his freedom with a bottle of champagne.
The North-West rapper released a freestyle just days before he went inside.
Last summer, whilst still in jail Toxic released ‘sentiments’ which included an insight into the artist’s mind with bars like “going jail was a blessing in disguise”. The visuals to the track were released / produced just days after he ‘buss case’.
In February this year, Trapstar Toxic teamed up with ICB J Styles in a Suave-directed video for his track ‘G’s up’ however, the track has been removed from GRM Daily.
The recent news on Trapstar Toxic’s return to jail comes as a shock after fellow ICB, Nines, dropped his second studio album titled ‘Crop Circle’ which Toxic features on in the track entitled ‘Re-Up’.