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    Ice Cube

    Ice Cube wurde im Jahre 1969 in Kalifornien geboren.
    Er heißt eigentlicher Name O'Shea Jackson und er ist ein sehr bekannter afroamerikanischer Rap-Musiker sowie Filmschauspieler.

    Ice Cube heißt übersetzt Eiswürfel.

    Im Jahre 1990 erschien seine erste Soloplatte "AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted" diese CD schlug ein wie eine Bombe.

    Am 12. Oktober erscheint sein neues Album "In the Movies".
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  3. #2
    Dipset Dipset ist offline
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    geil

    endlich wieder mal ein neues album wird aber auch mal zeit

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    Wu-Fighter Wu-Fighter ist offline

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    West Coast Gangstar Rapper Ice Cube wird dieses Jahr ein neues Album, nämlich ''Raw Footage'' veröffentlichen.

    Das erste Video zu dem Song "Gangsta Rap Made Me Do It", wurde bereits schon fertig gedreht.

    Hier der Song :

    [YOUTUBE]http://de.youtube.com/watch?v=HzeZhCt5PVA[/YOUTUBE]

    Freu mich schon auf das Album, diesr Song macht schon Lust auf mehr.

    MfG Wu

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    Game_Unit Game_Unit ist offline
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    Wie geil... für mich einer der besten Westcoastrapper... Mack 10 und "The old" Snoop Dogg natürlich auch spitzenklasse... aber gibt noch genug andere Rapper auf die ich abfahre...

    Aufjedenfall werde ich zuschlagen... schon der Song von "Wu-Fighter" gibt Appetit auf "Neues Ice Cube Album"


    gruss Game

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    Hi,

    ich habe eine frage wann genau kommt ice cube´s neues album raus???

    ich hoffe jemand weiß dass

  7. #6
    Illesco

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    naja eigentlich dachte ich 17. Juni ?? weiß jemand was daraus geworden is xD

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    Wulfy Wulfy ist offline
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    Rap-Up.com received an exclusive invite to preview Ice Cube’s eighth studio album, Raw Footage, at KMS Studios in the heart of Manhattan. Since Cube is still an acclaimed actor, he wasn’t able to show face in the studio but his lyrics more than spoke for him.

    Though the Compton native’s last album, Laugh Now, Cry Later, sold more than 600,000 copies, some thought the effort was too hard for Cube. Well, this new album is a compilation of teachings for wanna-be gangsta rappers and the entire crew of one-hit wonders that believe they hold weight in the industry. Cube is far from glamorizing the life of a gangsta. Instead he schools on topics about preserving a rapper’s career, the “N” word, spirituality, the presidential election, hood mentalities, and acts of violence. Disregard the parental advisory sticker, this is an album that any 15-year-old should be allowed to listen to. Besides, there’s nothing wrong with saying, “I’mma fuckin’ get my education and appreciate the shit out of my mother.”


    1. “It Takes a Nation”
    Produced by Emile
    This first track opens and suddenly Cube’s authoritative voice makes the listener come to an abrupt halt. Before the bass line even drops he shouts, “There are seven known wonders of the world, you are about to witness the eighth mafucka!” You can already sense that the rest of this album is going to be a revival for anyone that thought gangsta rap wasn’t being done anymore.

    2. “Gangsta Rap Made Me Do It”
    Produced by Maestro
    “So young, so angry, damn that rap music!” the raspy voice of an elderly man says before the beat drops. Ice Cube is clearly mocking what the media says about gangsta rap. He says, “If I call you a nigga ain’t nothing to it / Gangsta rap made me do it.” This is the echoing theme throughout the track, from slaying crack to shooting up colleges; it can only be justified by the impact of the genre.

    3. “Tomorrow”
    Produced by Warren “Baby Dub” Campbell
    The saying “Carpe Diem” can be used to sum up this track. Cube says, “Don’t you worry about tomorrow, live for today.” Procrastinators beware, Cube is putting everybody in their place. A woman that sounds like a generic backup singer sings the one-lined monotonous hook about four times before any of the other verses begin.

    4. “Do Your Thang”
    Produced by Palumbo Beats
    The track sounds like the perfect backdrop of a crip-walker. It’s something to easily throw up gang signs and carve Cs into the floor. Contrary to what it sounds like, the lyrics are telling you to do the complete opposite despite the typical reaction any gangster in California may have after just hearing the beat.

    5. “Raised in the Hood”
    Produced By Warren “Baby Dub” Campbell
    Cube takes it back to the hood for a second talking about all of the things he used to do and how much of a great time he had doing it. The hook sounds like some high-pitched chicken heads repeatedly saying, “We know.”

    6. “Hood Mentality”
    Produced by Teak “Da Beatsmith” Underdue and Dee Underdue
    The preaching is heavy on this track. The first verse might appear that Cube is glorifying hood mentality by saying things like “Fuck school… love to see my momma cry.” But he’s actually mimicking what all the “gangstas” say.

    7. “Why Me” featuring Musiq Soulchild
    Produced by Teak “Da Beatsmith” Underdue and Dee Underdue
    Still rocking with a Cali beat, Cube brings in Musiq Soulchild to bring some soul to the track. The crooner’s vocals add insightfulness. Cube talks about the pettiness of murder and he touches on how people are getting killed and don’t know the reason why.

    8. “Cold Places”
    Produced By Teak “Da Beatsmith” Underdue and Dee Underdue
    The heavy sirens and chimes of a clock tower add eeriness to the record. Cube has no mercy for what’s been done in recent years in the black community. He says, “Watching [Hurricane] Katrina is worse than Ike and Tina / Seen New Orleans get bitch slapped by FEMA.”

    9. “Stand Tall”
    Produced DJ Crazy Toones and David “Dizmix” Lopez
    The beat is reminiscent of a classic Marvin Gaye empowerment song. It has more of a smooth head bop, which was precisely chosen because Cube speaks of hope. Although some may want to hear a song about dope.

    10. “Concrete”
    Produced by Fred Wreck
    Cube samples the 1981 smash “Heartbeat” by Taana Gardner. He turns the notorious uptempo love song into a song about the hood. The vocals for the hook even mimic how Ms. Gardner turned the words into a staccato.

    11. “Thank God”
    Produced by Teak “Da Beatsmith” Underdue and Dee Underdue
    Interlude produced by David “Dizmix” Lopez
    The intro sounds like it was recorded on the stage of a concert. Before Cube even speaks there’s noise pollution of a crowd applauding and whistling in a very large arena. As he talks about how gangsta rap is blamed for all tragedies, you hear people from his entourage co-signing.

    12. “Gangsta Rap (Remix)” featuring Nas and Scarface
    Produced by Maestro
    Originally, track 12 on the album was a joint called “Believe It or Not,” produced by Emile. Then suddenly we were told to cross that off and then the remix to the current single began to play. Nas and Scarface both give their take on the “deadliness” of gangsta rap.

    –Angela Barrett in New York

    Realese: 19 August

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    S.A.P S.A.P ist offline
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    Wenn der Tag gut anfangen soll :

    [YOUTUBE]http://de.youtube.com/watch?v=c4RY-eJgHHs[/YOUTUBE]


    Ice Cube is geil

  10. #9
    Illesco

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    Zitat Wulfy Beitrag anzeigen


    Rap-Up.com received an exclusive invite to preview Ice Cube’s eighth studio album, Raw Footage, at KMS Studios in the heart of Manhattan. Since Cube is still an acclaimed actor, he wasn’t able to show face in the studio but his lyrics more than spoke for him.

    Though the Compton native’s last album, Laugh Now, Cry Later, sold more than 600,000 copies, some thought the effort was too hard for Cube. Well, this new album is a compilation of teachings for wanna-be gangsta rappers and the entire crew of one-hit wonders that believe they hold weight in the industry. Cube is far from glamorizing the life of a gangsta. Instead he schools on topics about preserving a rapper’s career, the “N” word, spirituality, the presidential election, hood mentalities, and acts of violence. Disregard the parental advisory sticker, this is an album that any 15-year-old should be allowed to listen to. Besides, there’s nothing wrong with saying, “I’mma fuckin’ get my education and appreciate the shit out of my mother.”


    1. “It Takes a Nation”
    Produced by Emile
    This first track opens and suddenly Cube’s authoritative voice makes the listener come to an abrupt halt. Before the bass line even drops he shouts, “There are seven known wonders of the world, you are about to witness the eighth mafucka!” You can already sense that the rest of this album is going to be a revival for anyone that thought gangsta rap wasn’t being done anymore.

    2. “Gangsta Rap Made Me Do It”
    Produced by Maestro
    “So young, so angry, damn that rap music!” the raspy voice of an elderly man says before the beat drops. Ice Cube is clearly mocking what the media says about gangsta rap. He says, “If I call you a nigga ain’t nothing to it / Gangsta rap made me do it.” This is the echoing theme throughout the track, from slaying crack to shooting up colleges; it can only be justified by the impact of the genre.

    3. “Tomorrow”
    Produced by Warren “Baby Dub” Campbell
    The saying “Carpe Diem” can be used to sum up this track. Cube says, “Don’t you worry about tomorrow, live for today.” Procrastinators beware, Cube is putting everybody in their place. A woman that sounds like a generic backup singer sings the one-lined monotonous hook about four times before any of the other verses begin.

    4. “Do Your Thang”
    Produced by Palumbo Beats
    The track sounds like the perfect backdrop of a crip-walker. It’s something to easily throw up gang signs and carve Cs into the floor. Contrary to what it sounds like, the lyrics are telling you to do the complete opposite despite the typical reaction any gangster in California may have after just hearing the beat.

    5. “Raised in the Hood”
    Produced By Warren “Baby Dub” Campbell
    Cube takes it back to the hood for a second talking about all of the things he used to do and how much of a great time he had doing it. The hook sounds like some high-pitched chicken heads repeatedly saying, “We know.”

    6. “Hood Mentality”
    Produced by Teak “Da Beatsmith” Underdue and Dee Underdue
    The preaching is heavy on this track. The first verse might appear that Cube is glorifying hood mentality by saying things like “Fuck school… love to see my momma cry.” But he’s actually mimicking what all the “gangstas” say.

    7. “Why Me” featuring Musiq Soulchild
    Produced by Teak “Da Beatsmith” Underdue and Dee Underdue
    Still rocking with a Cali beat, Cube brings in Musiq Soulchild to bring some soul to the track. The crooner’s vocals add insightfulness. Cube talks about the pettiness of murder and he touches on how people are getting killed and don’t know the reason why.

    8. “Cold Places”
    Produced By Teak “Da Beatsmith” Underdue and Dee Underdue
    The heavy sirens and chimes of a clock tower add eeriness to the record. Cube has no mercy for what’s been done in recent years in the black community. He says, “Watching [Hurricane] Katrina is worse than Ike and Tina / Seen New Orleans get bitch slapped by FEMA.”

    9. “Stand Tall”
    Produced DJ Crazy Toones and David “Dizmix” Lopez
    The beat is reminiscent of a classic Marvin Gaye empowerment song. It has more of a smooth head bop, which was precisely chosen because Cube speaks of hope. Although some may want to hear a song about dope.

    10. “Concrete”
    Produced by Fred Wreck
    Cube samples the 1981 smash “Heartbeat” by Taana Gardner. He turns the notorious uptempo love song into a song about the hood. The vocals for the hook even mimic how Ms. Gardner turned the words into a staccato.

    11. “Thank God”
    Produced by Teak “Da Beatsmith” Underdue and Dee Underdue
    Interlude produced by David “Dizmix” Lopez
    The intro sounds like it was recorded on the stage of a concert. Before Cube even speaks there’s noise pollution of a crowd applauding and whistling in a very large arena. As he talks about how gangsta rap is blamed for all tragedies, you hear people from his entourage co-signing.

    12. “Gangsta Rap (Remix)” featuring Nas and Scarface
    Produced by Maestro
    Originally, track 12 on the album was a joint called “Believe It or Not,” produced by Emile. Then suddenly we were told to cross that off and then the remix to the current single began to play. Nas and Scarface both give their take on the “deadliness” of gangsta rap.

    –Angela Barrett in New York

    Realese: 19 August
    thx für die infos

  11. #10
    Wulfy Wulfy ist offline
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    Zitat Illesco Beitrag anzeigen
    thx für die infos

    kein problem

    Neue Single (blöde quali)

    [YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ee4KeWE2Nsw&feature=related[/YOUTUBE]

    sehr coole single bin aufs album gespannt

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    $!TH_Player $!TH_Player ist offline
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    Er macht Gangsterrap der mir wenigsten gefällt.

    Album gleich mal gekauft.^^

  13. #12
    Illesco

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    Zitat Wulfy Beitrag anzeigen
    kein problem

    Neue Single (blöde quali)

    [YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ee4KeWE2Nsw&feature=related[/YOUTUBE]

    sehr coole single bin aufs album gespannt
    die single is schon länger draußen, nur das Video is erst seit 2 wochen oder so raus

    aber Splash! hat er ja mal richtig gerockt

  14. #13
    lllWill lllWill ist offline

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    ok alle tracks sind geleaked. hör grad mal rein will mir aber die vorfreude noch nich verderben

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