Ice T Quotes

Ice T Quotes: I think when people say 'real hip-hop,' they want it more buried in the streets. They want it more connected to the streets and the grime and the roughness of the streets. They don't want the fluff.
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Ice T Quote: I'll never sell 14 million like Hammer, I just wanna do a good Ice-T show.
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Quotes about Ice T: I'm afraid because some police are way out of control. My true feeling with police is this: If they do their job, there's no problem.
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Quote about Ice T: I'd say people are victims of circumstances and they're limited to the opportunities that they see. Even though there might be more opportunities, you might not see them. You might just think,
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Ice T Sayings: Everything we do helps the new artists in the long run.
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Ice T Saying: A lot of people play single to work some angle. I'm always about keeping it real. If that's how I'm living, that's how I'm living.
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Sayings about Ice T: What I'm trying to tell people is that police brutality in the 'hood is nothing new. And the thing is that whether this guy, the cop killer in my song, is real or not, believe it, there are people at that point.
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Saying about Ice T: ...As an artist, you need the naysayers and the nonbelievers to add fuel to your creative fire.
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Ice T Quotes: As an actor, you can do what you want with your role. That's why they hire you; to take the role and make it real.
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Ice T Quote: I think that a rap aficionado, the hardcore rap fan, will always go away from pop, in the same way a hardcore jazz fan will never think Kenny G is really a jazz artist. You gotta kind of know there's always going to be that purist who's going to be like if it ain't beats and rhymes, if there ain't a DJ, then that ain't Hip Hop.
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Quotes about Ice T: There's a point where a cop pulls you out of that car and starts abusing you or beating on you and at that moment he is no longer within the law.
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Quote about Ice T: I hate to get on the racial thing because that's something I've always been totally against. But the problem with the media is that they think that the word rock means white and the word rap means black.
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Ice T Sayings: I was born in Newark, New Jersey, and grew up in Summit, an upscale town in north Jersey. There was this tiny area of Summit where most of the black families lived. My parents and I lived in a duplex house on Williams Street.
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Ice T Saying: I started writing rhymes first and then put it to the music. I figured out I could lock it to the beat better if I heard the music first. I like to get a lot of tracks, put the track up and let the music talk to me about what it's about.
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Sayings about Ice T: It's just that when you heard hip-hop, no matter where you were, it was a culture that kind of made you want to try to be part of it. Whether you thought you were an artist, whether you thought you could be a DJ, whether you thought you could breakdance, or whether you thought you could rap. It was the kind of culture that had a lot of open doors.
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Saying about Ice T: I always knew that I had to direct. That was something I'd wanted to do. Finally, I was just looking at the situation and I said,
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Ice T Quotes: That's basically the gangster code. Just be yourself. Just be you, dog. The easiest way to get your card plucked around a gangster is to be a fake. If we feel like you're trying too hard, if you're trying to act like you're from the street, you're in trouble.
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