[vodpod id=Video.12350858&w=540&h=350&fv=] The next artist to appear on VH1’s Behind The Music will be rapper Ice Cube and here is a quick preview of what’s to come. The full episode will premiere tomorrow, July 6 at 10 p.m. on VH1. ew
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Last night, Power 106’s Powerhouse 2011 went down at the Honda Center in Anaheim, CA. During Jeremih’s set, he brought out 50 for “Down On Me” before Fif took over with his own hits including “Bitch“. After the jump, Snoop and Wiz enjoy that “That Good” while Cube takes us back with “It Was A Good Day”.
This is a dope concept. Ice Cube recently hooked up with RareInk for a memorabilia venture that turns his likeness and inspired content into art pieces. On the some of the prints Cube uses his hand print as a signature. Each print is limited with 10% of all proceeds goin’ to the Minority AIDS charity. Check out more videos on Rare Ink’s YouTube channel.
Ice Cube invaded late night television last night and performed “I Rep That West” on Jimmy’s stage. Afterwards, he took us back and recited his classic, “Today Was A Good Day”. I Am The West in stores now.
Oakland’s own and former No Limit soldier, EA-Ski is back on the scene and throws up the dubs with fellow West Coast veteran Ice Cube for his new video. Off The Fifth Of The Skithoven.
Just in case if you aren’t up on the funk, Bootsy is prepping the release of his next album and here’s a track featuring some of Hip Hop’s OGs. Take a trip to The Funk Capital Of The World on April 25. saving soul
DJ Quik’s album drops in three days, but in the meantime, boogie on down with his latest groove featuring his fellow West Coaster, Ice Cube. Conk’d out? Well The Book Of David drops April 19. nav
Not really, but in case if you forgot, Daz Dillinger is set to release his forthcoming set and here’s his latest cut with Cube courtesy of DubCNN. Get ready ’cause D.A.Z. (Destruction Adds Up To Zero) drops April 19.
[vodpod id=Video.5327977&w=425&h=350&fv=] Ice Cube rolled out the welcome mat last night for Conan O’Brien’s new gig on TBS. They discuss Cube’s sitcom Are We There Yet, his high school yearbook photo, and family life. Very funny.
Ice Cube stopped by The Morning After With Angela Yee a couple of weeks ago and explained why his movie Janky Promoters went straight to DVD instead of hitting the theaters. Damn, Weinsteins.