17 Songs, 1 Hour 8 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

After splitting from N.W.A., Ice Cube became one of the most profane and profound firebrands of the early ‘90s with sneering G-funk tracks like “Steady Mobbin’”. Slices of life like “Once Upon a Time in the Projects” and the laidback “It Was a Good Day” demonstrated his storytelling skills and dark sense of humour. By the decade's end, jiggy crowd-pleasers like “We Be Clubbin’” showed the hold that gangsta rap’s greatest storyteller had on the mainstream.

EDITORS’ NOTES

After splitting from N.W.A., Ice Cube became one of the most profane and profound firebrands of the early ‘90s with sneering G-funk tracks like “Steady Mobbin’”. Slices of life like “Once Upon a Time in the Projects” and the laidback “It Was a Good Day” demonstrated his storytelling skills and dark sense of humour. By the decade's end, jiggy crowd-pleasers like “We Be Clubbin’” showed the hold that gangsta rap’s greatest storyteller had on the mainstream.

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