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Ice knew what he was doing back then....all the rappers knew what they were doing...Its called sampling. They all did it. People give Ice a bad rap about what has happened. Record co. says this he said that....does it matter. I remember when Ice Ice Baby came out on MTV. Yes MTV use to play music videos all the time and if they didn't have vids on I would switch over to the BOX and watch vids there. (pre internet). Everyone went out and got the tape....yeah tape!!! and were bobbing their heads. And for all the young ones out there that are just now hearing Ice give it a chance and think before you write. Don't let people around be your tuner. I don't like the Beatles...but I know they are a great band and people love them because at a time in history their songs talked to that person. Ice did that for poeple that was done with the hair bands and wanted some boom and dope lyrics.


i don't understand how anyone can think that they can take one of the most recognizable riffs in history, copy it EXACTLY as it was made, and sell it. i'm thinking that shows just a little lack of creativity. well, more like an epic one.

no remixx!!

the remixes are horrible!!! i like the original version best. :)


Born: October 31, 1968 in Miami Lakes, FL

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

With his hit single "Ice Ice Baby" and its accompanying album, To the Extreme, Vanilla Ice became the second white rapper to top the charts. Unlike the Beastie Boys, he didn't have any street credibility, so the Miami-born rapper decided to invent some of his own, claiming he had a seriously violent gangster past. Nevertheless, "Ice Ice Baby" became a number one hit late in 1990, thanks to the pulsating bass riff from David Bowie and Queen's "Under Pressure." To the Extreme also went to the top of...
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