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O.G. Original Gangster

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Ice-T opens his fourth album by recapping career highlights such as "Colors" and "I'm Your Pusher," but O.G. Original Gangster makes clear his ongoing potency: This 1991 album is one of his best. Packed with funky West Coast grooves, the record makes a musical statement even without Ice's words. Best pay attention, though, as one of the game's most distinctive voices drops street wisdom that ranges from defenses of the gat-toting, dope-slinging lifestyle and explanations of his use of the N- and B-words to critiques of government and Redd Foxx-style dirty jokes. O.G. also marks the debut of his heavy-metal side project Body Count with its eponymous theme song. More than just a crossover move, the track demonstrates the open-mindedness of a great hip-hop artist.

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This album is not for p*ssy's

This is for real Bangers from the early 90's. Not you lil metro-sexual kids that wear tight pants and listen to Souja and New Boyz. Young Generation is a bunch of lil girls. The women are more manly than you fools

good rap

I like this album but I would really like ti see the album "Home Invasion" on iTunes.

OG Rap

Just like back in the day


Born: February 16, 1958 in Newark, NJ

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

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

Ice-T (born Tracy Marrow) has proven to be one of hip-hop's most articulate and intelligent stars, as well as one of its most frustrating. At his best, the rapper has written some of the best portraits of ghetto life and gangsters, as well as some of the best social commentary hip-hop has produced. Just as often, he can slip into sexism and gratuitous violence, and even then his rhymes are clever and biting. Ice-T's best recordings have always been made in conjunction with strong collaborators, whether...
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