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 humor. 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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