Snoop Dogg dropped a video for “Lavender” that has conservatives extra butthurt since it features a Donald Trump doppelganger getting assassinated. Ice-T and Treach offered up a nuanced discussion of the clip with the former saying Snoop toed the line while the latter chalked it up to art.

Ice T, the rapper, at a lemonade stand? The concept is simple, yet ridiculously hilarious as flipped for a GEICO commercial. 

Twenty-five years after he made his cinematic debut playing a cop in cult classic New Jack City, Ice-T is revealing little known facts about the making of the movie.

On his song “Twist My Fingaz” from his new album Still Brazy, YG boasts that he’s “the only one to make it out the West without Dre.” He’s very wrong.

Ice-T is adding festival promoter to his long list of job titles. The OG rapper announced the first ever Art Of Rap Festival that he and SiriusXM are partnering for this summer.

PARTYNEXTDOOR put his pen to work on Rihanna’s number one Drake-assisted single “Work,” which rested atop of the Billboard charts for nine weeks.

Rapper and actor Ice-T and his wife, Coco Austin, are expecting parents as they announced back in July on the set of their new daily morning talk show. The pair appeared on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live, where Coco said that she’s a “slave” to her husband and that women should follow suit.

This week, the good folks at The Combat Jack Show invited Hip-Hop legend and actor Ice-T to sell his story.

Members of the Hip-Hop community and law enforcement on any level have always shared a toxic relationship. Given the nature of content of what the music is built upon, it shouldn’t be expected to be any other way.

Ice-T is an O.G. in the rap game so naturally he is an elder within his family tree. Unfortunately, Elyjah Marrow, the 19-year-old grandson of the veteran rapper/actor just ruined his life forever by killing his roommate with a handgun.

One of Hip-Hop’s most favorite and coveted wifeys, Coco Austin has exercised her hustler spirit and moved on with the next chapter in her career by utilizing her God-given assets.

Despite the allure of “fast money,” the stripper game is not an easy one. So it’s no surprise that many of them look at rappers as their Golden Ticket off the pole.