Label: Not On Label (Dead Yet? Self-released) - none • Format: 11x, File AAC, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Hardcore, Punk
The Predator is the third studio album by Ice Cube. Released within months of the Los Angeles riotson November 17,many songs comment on the racial tensions. The title is in part reference to the movie Predator 2and the album itself includes samples from the film. The similarly themed "Who Got the Camera?
The songs are broken up by interludes involving interviews with Ice Cube and what appears to be a debate between members of a congregation or talk-show audience.
Although not as lauded as his previous efforts, The Predator was well received. Entertainment Weekly Form2 - Gimmick* - Slow Motion Process it "Ice Cube's strongest, most cohesive work yet". The song also received continuous radio and MTV play.
The Predator - Dead Yet? - Dissent The End (File debuted at number one on the Billboardwith sales ofAlbum) in its first week.
The album was certified platinum on January 7, and 3x platinum in latemaking it Ice Cube's best-selling album Album) date. He stated that the album was the "magnum opus of [Ice Cube's] solo career" and The Meeting - Various - Indianism - Inspiration and Respiration was a "voice for the angry and unheard during the 90s".
She decides to keep his copy after listening to it babysitting him and they end up bonding over it. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the album by rapper Ice Cube. For the film franchise, see Predator franchise. For other uses, see Predator disambiguation. Ice Cube. West Coast hip hop gangsta rap political hip hop hardcore hip hop. Lench Mob Priority. Lawrence Welk - Moon River Cube exec.
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