10 Awesome Songs about Ice Cream

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Ice cream is a popular snack that most people prefer licking on a hot day or when winding up their day. Musicians already know this, so they compose songs with direct or deeper meanings about ice cream. Here are ten awesome songs about ice cream we recommend you add to your playlist.

10. “Ice Cream Man”- Tom Waits (1973)


“Ice Cream Man” is Tom Waits’ 1973 track from the “Closing Time” album. The title of this song has many meanings. Some people argue that it’s a vendor operating an ice cream truck, while others believe it’s a business that gives away ice cream during music events. Either way, you will be pleased to know that listening to this song won’t be a waste of your time. Best line: “Cause I’m a nice ice cream man.”

9. “Ice Cream”- Audrey Rose feat. Remy Ma & Fetty Wap (2015)


“Ice Cream” by Audrey Rose is a 2015 R&B/Soul song released in 2015. Audrey collaborates with Remy Ma & Fetty Wap to use ice cream as a metaphor for the fine things in life. The song starts with Remy Ma rapping about having money and calling the shots. Audrey tones it down in the chorus by declaring to her lover that she has the ice cream he needs. Best line: “Come and get a taste of this, ice cream, ice cream.”

8. “Ice Cream Truck”- Lil Temi (2017)


Lil Temi is one of the youngest artists on this list, so it’s only fair that he would sing about ice cream. He released his “Ice Cream Truck” song in 2017, making it a unique rap anthem. He collaborates with Yung Lenny to make it a creamy affair. Best line: “Going through the streets cause there are so many flavors going to the truck.”

7. “Mr. Ice Cream Man”- Master P (1995)


Master P is another artist who came up with a song called “Mr. Ice Cream Man” in 1995. It is the first single from his album “Ice Cream Man.” Written by Percy Miller, this song peaked at number 90 on the Billboard Hot 100 and 55 on the US R&B/ Hip-Hop songs. Best line: “If you’re selling that ice cream, you gots to make sure it’s good.”

6. “Ice Cream”- Raekwon feat. Ghostface Killah, Method Man & Cappadonna (1995)


In 1995, a Wu-Tang Clan member Raekwon released a hip-hop song called “Ice Cream.” It is their third single from their debut album, “Only Built 4 Cuban Linx..” The other two members of the clan are Method Man and Ghostface Killah. Considering how famous this rap group was in the 1990s, it is no surprise that this song would peak at number 37 on Billboard Hot 100. It also claimed the same position on Hot R&B / Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks. The Hot Rap singles ranked it five. Best line: “You better have cream to share, Ricans….”

5. “Ice Ice Baby”- Vanilla Ice (1990)


“Ice Ice Baby” was a popular disco anthem by Vanilla Ice. You will hardly find anyone raised during that time who doesn’t recall it. The 1990 track came from his album “Ice Ice Baby.” It won a People’s Choice Award for Favorite New Song and Grammy award for Best Rap Solo Performance. Best line: “Yo VIP, let’s kick it. Ice, ice baby.”

4. “Ice Cream Man”- Blur (2015)


You cannot talk about ice cream without mentioning the man who sells it. “Ice Cream Man” by Blur is from the album “The Magic Whip.” It talks about an ice cream man parked his truck by the street, waiting for his sweet tooth customers to buy. Surprisingly, this song came from the band’s vocalist Damon Albarn’s hard drive. Some claim it’s a reflection of the Chinese government and how they make themselves look important when they aren’t. Best line: “Here comes the ice cream man.”

3. “Ice”- Sarah McLachlan (1994)


“Ice” is a track by Sarah McLachlan that she released in 1994. One of her singles on the album “The Freedom Sessions.” While it talks about ice, there’s a deep meaning. Some music critics insist that it portrays a prostitute’s unwillingness to be intimate, but she has no choice. The second verse talks about the man who slept with the prostitute. We assume he regrets going down that road, but it’s too late for regrets. Whatever the song means, you will love the lyrics and videography. Best line: “The only comfort is the moving of the river.”

2. “Do You Like Ice Cream While Surfin’ on the Sand”- Toca Luna (2020)


Kids love ice cream, making it logical for them to sing about it. 2020 was when most countries initiated a stay-at-home restriction due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but it turned out to be a blessing in disguise. Toca Luna, an American singer, released an ice cream-related song titled “Do You Like Ice Cream While Surfin’ on the Sand?” The song’s verses are repeated, making it a perfect nursery rhyme to help you relive your childhood memories. Best line: “Do you like ice cream?”

1. “Ice Cream”- Selena Gomez feat. BLACKPINK (2020)


There are three reasons we ranked Selena Gomez’s 2020 track, “Ice Cream,” track first. Firstly, it made her a part-owner of an ice cream brand in New York called Serendipity, which has a net worth of $16 million per year. Secondly, she wore a designer dress by HVN Laura, which cost around $495. The dress had mini-ice cream cone buttons, complementing the theme song. Lastly, we love how Gomez has fun with the song and how she marvelously collaborates with BLACKPINK. Best line: “Come a little closer cause you looking thirsty, I’m a make it better, sip it like a Slurpee.”


They say, “everybody likes ice cream,” so it’s logical to hear about it in a song. Remember, besides the nursery rhyme ranked second, the rest use ice cream to symbolize various things like money, sex, romance, and many others. So, whether you love rap, R&B, pop, or soul, these songs about ice cream will be worth your time.

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