Top 10 most inspiring quotes by Ice Cube
- It never gets old. Working with somebody like Kevin Hart is rejuvenating in a lot of ways. He’s such a pro. He’s so good.
- My worst ever car was a green Datsun B210, back when they called it ‘Datsun’ – now it’s ‘Nissan.’ Very unsexy, unattractive. Girls hated the car. I was embarrassed to even be in it… but it was my transportation.
- When people see the Cubevision logo, they should know it’s something good, something worth checking out.
- I go light on breakfast. Sometimes it’s a yogurt, but a lot of times it’s leftovers from one of my wife’s dinners.
- I’m not the type of actor who is trying to do a whole bunch of different stuff, you know what I mean?
- Can’t step from one movie set to the next. Only Samuel L. Jackson can do that. All us mere mortals can’t do that!
- I’m not really into the political game as far as paying politicians and stuff like that, I’m not into that. You do your job, and I’ll do mine.
- Some people have a taboo about doing advertising in the States. You know, where they kind of make their bread and butter. But to me, that’s crazy.
- Music has done a lot to enhance the emotions of sports. It’s played in arenas. Whenever there is footage cut together they’re always using music. And it goes together, you know.
- I been all around the world and I haven’t found a city that I’d rather be from or rather come back to than Los Angeles.
Ice Cube, born O’Shea Jackson, is an American rapper, actor, producer, and filmmaker. He was born on June 15, 1969, in Los Angeles, California. Ice Cube gained prominence as a member of the hip-hop group N.W.A (Niggaz Wit Attitudes) during the late 1980s and early 1990s. He played a pivotal role in shaping the gangsta rap genre and is considered one of its most influential figures.
In 1988, Ice Cube left N.W.A due to creative and financial disputes and embarked on a successful solo career. He released his debut solo album, “AmeriKKKa’s Most Wanted,” in 1990, which was critically acclaimed for its socio-political lyrics and hard-hitting production. Throughout the 1990s, Ice Cube continued to release several successful albums, including “Death Certificate” (1991) and “The Predator” (1992), solidifying his status as a prominent solo artist.
Aside from his music career, Ice Cube ventured into acting and became a notable figure in the film industry. He made his acting debut in the 1991 film “Boyz n the Hood,” directed by John Singleton. He went on to star in several successful movies, including the “Friday” film series, “Barbershop,” and “Are We There Yet?” Ice Cube also played a significant role in producing and writing some of these films.
Over the years, Ice Cube has achieved numerous accolades and accomplishments. He has received Grammy nominations for his music and has been recognized as one of the greatest rappers of all time. In addition to his musical and acting pursuits, Ice Cube has also been involved in various philanthropic and community-based endeavors, using his platform to address social issues and support underprivileged communities.
Ice Cube’s influence on hip-hop culture and his contributions to the entertainment industry have solidified his legacy as an iconic figure in American music and film.
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