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Ice Cube Discusses His "Everything's Corrupt" Album On Arsenio


(AllHipHop News) Ice Cube’s latest movie may have pulled in over $40 million at the box office last weekend, but the Hip Hop legend is not turning his back on his rapping roots just yet. The former N.W.A. member is working on his 10th studio album Everything’s Corrupt.

Cube recently appeared on The Arsenio Hall Show, and he gave some details about what direction his next LP will take.

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“I’m talking about corruption everywhere. I’m talking about a lot of youngsters moved away from the drink and the weed. They’re on them pills,” says Cube. “I talk about they got to get off them pills. There’s still a lot of stuff that needs to be talked about, need to be rapped about. Who best then Ice Cube to do it?”

Cube also plans to cover topics like love and not just the “bad stuff in the world.”

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Watch a clip from Ice Cube’s appearance on Arsenio below.

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  • MrNoName2K

    Cube will always be one of the best rhyme sayers but i dont see this one selling like the the old “pre comedy” Cube

    • HipHopStalker

      Of course it won’t sell like the pre comedy Cube because that was in like 90-94. Every album went Platinum from him. Nobody really sales a million units on album except Jay, Em, Drake, Wayne and Kanye. And they all use to sale 2,3,4,5 mill an album(Em had 2 albums to sell 10 mill each). The game is different and it would not matter what kind of music he released he still wouldn’t sell like he did in the 90’s. Look at Rick Ross. As popular as he is he’s gone from 800k to 300k an album. Niggas don’t buy music any more. They just download it illegally lol

    • Ball Magnetic

      Ice Cube has never been pre comedy every record he made was hilarious

  • Reblogged this on HUEY mix wit RILEY.

  • While there have been a couple times I’ve been disappointed, I always anticipate hearing Cube’s projects and perspectives. Hope this another one is another classic.

    • thegroove112

      I feel you

  • U.P.T.nw4eva

    A legend with something to say in his music. A true pioneer in West Coast hip hop and hip hop in general. I hope he shits on all these fake trap rappers also.

    • Black Jay

      True. He is a legend. But he still got that ass blasted by Common though.

      • Ball Magnetic

        Negro please Common was so wack that nobody was even interested in what he had to say because of his wack track record.

  • Vinsanity

    Cube turning into that old preacher man from the block always eating peanuts from Key and Peele.

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  • acapwn

    You ask me did I like Arsenio? About as much as the Bicentennial.

    • Black Jay

      Yo, I was about to write the same thing. I guess this means Cube is down with the Bicentennial now. Lol!

      Cube used to be the most anti-establishment rapper on planet earth. Cube straight played Arsenio in “The N*gga Ya Love to Hate”. I guess age does make dudes chill out. Instead of “F*ck The Police” now he’s making cop buddy flicks with Kevin Hart. Oh well…. You gotta grow up one day.

      Ain’t it funny though? Cube became almost everything he dissed. Next I’m expecting him to join the Army. We still cool though O’shea.

      • acapwn

        I don’t think he ever had dinner with the President though.

      • Ball Magnetic

        If you expect a man to keep the same views he held as a teenager or young adult for the rest of his life then YOU are the idiot fool.

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  • AlbertoRipRon

    Folks don’t know, Cube’s albums has always been about educating the masses on what goes on around them.