Ice-T - Gang Culture
One of the most controversial and outspoken of the rappers on America’s West Coast rap/hip-hop scene, Ice-T is also one of its most articulate and respected spokesmen. Proclaiming himself as ‘the original gangster of rap’. Ice-T’s uncompromising songs are powerful social commentaries on life in the ghettos of Los Angeles and its gang culture and have crossed over to white audiences and pop charts around the world.
He has also worked with white rock and metal bands and made a name for himself as an actor with appearances in several movies about ghetto life.
In this powerful and spontaneous concert recording from 1995, when he was at the height of his popularity, Ice-T features a set of his finest and most popular songs. They gain a new dimension in a live setting which enables him to improvise and react with his appreciative audience.
Include his biggest R&B hit, ‘I’m Your Pusher’ - based on and sampling Curtis Mayfield’s hit ‘Pusherman‘ – as well as ‘Colors’ and ‘New Jack Hustler’, two of his movie theme songs which made the pop charts.
Free Style / Zip Lock
You Played Yourself
I’m Your Pusher
I Ain’t New Ta This
That’s How I’m Livin’
This Is For The Niggers
Medley: 6 In The Morning / The Iceberg / Power
Peel Their Caps Back
Make The Loot Loop
Cramp Your Style
Medley: O.G. Original Gangster / New Jack Hustler / Colors.
|SOURCE||RB||SOUND QUALITY||A+||FORMAT||Mp3||BITRATE||224||TRACKS #||14|
|LOCATION / VENUE||Montreux Jazz Festival||DATE||1995|