Nice to see Cube embracing his classics, like he did last month back on George Lopez. Here, he and the Shadiest One In The Clique perform the single from Helter Skelter Murder Was The Case.
He also speaks on his oldest son, suggesting he’s a fan of Ice Cube, Del The Funkee Homosapien, Outkast and other classic 90′s acts. Raise them right!
Feb. 24 – Aspen, CO – Belly Up Aspen Feb. 25 – Albuquerque, NM – Sunshine Theatre Feb. 26 – Boulder, CO – Boulder Theater Mar. 1 – Dallas, TX – House of Blues Mar. 2 – Houston, TX – House of Blues Mar. 3 – Baton Rouge, LA – Varsity Theatre Mar. 5 – [cont.]
In a WSJ interview, rap pioneer Ice Cube discusses his continued foray into the TV and his evolution over the years. He also comments on rapper Kanye West’s recent “Today Show” apology to President George W. Bush.
The URBAN NOMAD gets smoked out by B-Real of Cypress Hill’s SmokeOut Fest. B-Real talks about medical marijuana and acquiring certification to make smoking legal on festival grounds. B-Real also reminisces about smoke/rhyme ciphers at Jack the Rapper conventions with Brand Nubian, Tribe Called Quest, Naughty By Nature and Busta Rhymes during the golden era [cont.]
Skee.TV Presents Ice Cube Ft. Maylay & W.C. “Too West Coast” Music Video. Directed by Matt Alonzo/Skee.TV Produced by Karen P. Levy/Skee.TV
Damn. Ice Cube is still doing it,son. Twenty-six years in the game and the man known as O’Shea Jackson is a Hip-Hop legend. One can say what they want about his acting ability and sub par releases in recent years, but this fact still remains; Ice Cube is still relevant. In recent years, Cube has [cont.]
In a recent interview with allhiphop.com, Common discussed the beef sparked in ’95 between him and Ice Cube, which spawned “Westside Slaugterhouse” and Common’s rebuttal “The Bitch In Yoo”. The beef was eventually diffused after a meeting with Louis Farrakhan in ’97. After the success of his smash-hit, oscar winning movie Just Wright with Queen [cont.]
Ice Cube and his rapping sons join together from the latest video from I Am The West, hitting September 28th.
Ice Cube or The Don Mega or O’Shea Jackson or “The West”, according to his new album title, drops his newest/latest LP I Am the West on September 28th, independently on his own imprint, Lench Mob Records. Check the tracklist and clever cover art. 1. A Boy Was Conceived 2. Soul On Ice 3. Life [cont.]
Bangladesh delivers on production, with the third single from Cube’s I Am The West. Life imitates art: Cube is endorsing a rapper named after his character in Boyz-N-The-Hood. LISTEN: Ice Cube – “Couldn’t Make It On Her Own” (feat. Doughboy + OMG)
For fans looking forward to the rumored collaboration between Dr. Dre and Ice Cube, on the I Am The West LP, we have some bad news for you. Cube addressed the situation on his blog this weekend, stating: “Many asked about Dr. Dre working on my album. Negative, Dre has been M.I.A. for a few [cont.]
Cube delivers the second single from his forthcoming return to rap, I Am The West.
New single from Don Mega off of the forthcoming I Am The West LP. Ice Cube – “Drink The Kool-Aid”(MP3)
Cube flexes the clean version in this performance of “Straight Outta Compton”. Believe us, this is something we’d never thought we’d see. Big up to Joe Fro on the link.
Ice Cube speaks on The Lakers, marriage, family life, his origins in hip-hop, and performs “I Rep That West”.
This Lakers vs. Celtics shit is getting kinda ugly. Here’s the latest trash talking sessions, recorded to the beat of “Beamer Benz or Bentley”. Where is Statik Selektah, Termanology, Big Shug, Esoteric, Slaine, Akrobatik, and Mr. Lif and with the retort? We’re guessing either side will jack the “All I Do Is Win” beat after [cont.]
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