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Ice Cube: Attitude Paperback – October 25, 2002
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way to becoming one of the world's greatest rappers and black artists in general. It's well written and an intresting read for Ice Cube fans that just wanna know about Ice Cube's life. Yet it's not very suitable Hip Hop fans, because on the one hand the Author tries to involve Hip Hop culture in his book by depicting some facts about Hip Hop culture in order to show its significance to the life of Ice Cube and his development, which would be a good thing to do in a book about Ice Cube, but on the other hand it seems as if the author doesn't really know anything about Hip Hop culture as well as about some bands, which had a certain significance to Ice Cube's story as a rapper, that are mentioned in is book, e.g. the author says Cypress Hill is a band form the East Coast!
Don't get me wrong, its a very intresting book about the person Ice Cube but the author shouldn't try to "explain" several circumstances in Hip Hop culture itself.
excellent job of portraying the man's life not only in regards to his music but his work as an actor, writer & director. Through Mr. McGiver's words, I discovered what a hard working, determined & intelligent man Ice Cube is. This is a great source of information for Cube fans & a good read even for those who don't care for his music. Well done Mr. McGiver! This book was interesting enough to keep my attention despite the fact that I had absolutely no interest in the man before I turned the 1st page.
I reckon he could sell ice-cubes to the eskimos. If you want to know about his life, I suggest you go to his mansion somewhere in Beverley Hills, ring his dora the explorer doorbell and have high tea with him out on the terrace.
just cos he frowns a lot and makes up hardcore stories doesn't mean he lives it. He is an actor and is portraying a character to everyone and getting away with it.
wake up everyone, this is what mcdonalds and politicians have been selling you all your life. Don't buy into it, take a stand today.