Original Gangsta and hip hop legend, Ice-T. Drink Champs discuss Ice-T’s early life, pimpin, rap career, Body Count band, his tv and movie career and a lot more.
Eliott Fullam hangs with Ernie C & Ice-T at Will Putney’s Graphic Nature Audio production studio in New Jersey and they have a great conversation about superhero powers, their new album Bloodlust, politicians, and much more.
Metal Injection recently got the chance to sit down with the legendary ICE-T to talk about the new Body Count record, Bloodlust. We’ll be posting the entire interview shortly, but we wanted to first share this teaser, where Ice-T pays tribute to his late friend Bill Paxton. The two co-starred in the 1992 movie Trespass, …
The legendary gangsta hip-hop emcee Ice-T was born Tracy Marrow on February 16, 1958, in Newark, New Jersey. He moved to Los Angeles, California, to live with his paternal aunt after the death of his father while he was in the sixth grade; his mother had died earlier when he was in the third grade. His aunt lived in the South Los Angeles district of Crenshaw, colloquially referred to as South Central. He became immersed in the street life of the inner-city and eventually became a member of the West Side Rollin 30s Original Harlem Crips.