How does Ice-T mark beating a tough level on “Call of Duty?” He whips out his junk and does a little helicopter dance.
Ice-T remakes his own track from his 1993 Home Invasion LP, now with Body Count, yet the new version uses the Rick Rubin instrumental from Jay-Z’s version. Full circle, bitches.
?uestlove plays a cadaver on this week’s episode of Law & Order. Ice-T examines in the deadest collabo ever.
Papoose pays homage to Ice-T’s classic on this cut from The Nacirema Dream.
Jimmy Fallon and Ice T tests out the Sony PS4 up at Late Night. We genuinely think the Sony rep is afraid of Ice.
In the 90′s, you might have heard scholars talking about Jazz as “the only form of music ever born in America”, largely ignoring a sub-culture that was in full swing just a few blocks away from their comfortable suburban homes. But today, rap music and hip-hop culture have invaded just about every corner of mainstream [cont.]
Ice-T speaks with Dr. Dre about his approach to making beats, in this outtake from Something From Nothing: The Art Of Rap, which is in stores now on DVD.
Ice-T’s critically acclaimed documentary may have not been a huge success in theaters, but we’re sure it will be a hit when it’s released on DVD this Tuesday. Even cooler, VH1 aired the film this week, and have made it available online to watch in full. This documentary – here presented in 8 parts – [cont.]
In the wake of the Aurora, CO shooting at the premiere of The Dark Knight Rises this past weekend, the most hot-button political topic of the moment is gun control. Ice-T sat in at London’s channel 4 to speak on his new film, The Art Of Rap. While in house, he spoke on gun laws [cont.]
A classic done justice.
Lord Finesse recites a verse from “Flip Da Style” from Ice-T’s “Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap”, in theaters June 15th.
Something From Nothing: The Art Of Rap is in theatres June 15th.
Something To Nothing: Art Of Rap is a feature length performance documentary film about the runaway juggernaut that is Rap music. At the wheel of this unstoppable beast is the film’s director and interviewer Ice-T. Ice-T takes us on a deeply personal journey to uncover how this music of the street has grown to dominate [cont.]
He’s dead on. We’re sure it also helps that he’s with Coco.
NBC Nightcap’s Peter Bailey speaks with Ice-T and CoCo about love, relationships, and marriage just in time for Valentine’s Day. L.G.B.N.A.F.!
Renowned Call of Duty fan, Ice-T, opens his copy of Call of Duty: Black Ops special edition, in stores this week.
Courtesy of the fine folks at TMZ. May yours come out better than my Public Enemy logo Jack O’Lantern did in 1990. Ice-T Pumpkin Stencil.
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