ICE-T Lyrics

Genre: Hip Hop/Rap

ICE-T Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Ice M.F. T
2 I Ain't New ta This
3 Always Wanted to be a Ho
4 Fly By
5 How Does it Feel
6 Return Of the Real
7 Rhyme Pays
8 Straight Up Nigga
9 O.G. Original Gangster
10 99 Problems
11 Fuck It"(feat. El Sadiq, Powerlord JEL
12 Escape From the Killing Fields
13 Squeeze the Trigger
14 Soul On Ice
15 Fuck It
16 New Jack Hustler
17 God Forgive Me"(feat. Laquan and SLEJ
18 Cramp Your Style
19 Freedom Of Speech
20 L.G.B.N.A.F.
21 The Syndicate
22 The Girl Tried To Kill Me
23 This One's for Me
24 Bitches 2
25 Cop Killer
26 Depths of Hell"(feat. Daddy Nitro
27 Sex
28 Check Your Heart
29 Shut Up, Be Happy"(feat. Jello Biafra
30 Big Gun
31 Somebody Gotta Do It (Pimpin' Ain't Easy!!!)
32 CJ Mac Interlude
33 Heartbeat
34 Evil E - What About Sex?
35 Common Sense
36 Forced To Do Dirt
37 Dear Homie"(feat. Hen-Gee
38 High Rollers
39 Rap Game's Hijacked
40 Don't Hate the Playa
41 Lifestyles of the Rich and Infamous
42 I'm Your Pusher
43 Inside of a Gangsta"(feat. Jell
44 Eye Of The Storm
45 Midnight
46 Personal
47 Colors
48 Mind Over Matter
49 Power
50 Pimp Anthem
51 Depths of Hell
52 Check Your Game"(feat. King T
53 Eye Of The Storm"(feat. Buckshot Shorty
54 Inside Of A Gangsta (featuring Jell)
55 Intro (7th Deadly Sin)
56 The 5th
57 Reckless (12")
58 CJ Mac Interlude"(feat. CJ Mac
59 I Love Ladies
60 Retaliation
61 Intro
62 How Does It Feel (featuring Big Rich)
63 The 7th
64 Body Count
65 The Tower
66 Home Invasion
67 Ed
68 Reckless (12")"(feat. The Glove, Dave Storrs
69 Valuable Game
70 Ice's Exodus
71 Drama
72 I Ain't New To This
73 First Impression
74 Ain't A Damn Thing Changed
75 Grand Larceny
76 Dear Homie
77 It's On
78 99 Problems"(feat. Brother Marquis
79 Ice-T
80 Message To The Soldier
81 Fried Chicken
82 6 'n The Morning
83 Race War
84 How Does it Feel"(feat. Big Rich
85 Make It Funky (12" Mix)
86 Home of the Bodybag
87 Hit The Deck
88 Exodus
89 I Must Stand
90 That's How I'm Livin'
91 Mic Contract
92 Question And Answer
93 Street Killer
94 Lethal Weapon
95 Inside of a Gangsta
96 Watch The Ice Break
97 They Want Me Back In"(feat. Big Rich
98 Ya Shoulda Killed Me Last Year
99 Peel Their Caps Back
100 Make The Loot Loop
101 7th Deadly Sin (Intro)"(feat. Jay-Z
102 Walking In The Rain
103 M.V.P.S
104 Shut Up, Be Happy
105 Get Your Moneyman
106 Radio Suckers
107 Get My Cash On [feat. Shyheim]
108 God Forgive Me
109 Rap Games Hijacked
110 Disorder
111 409
112 Killers
113 The Hunted Child
114 Hardcore
115 Pimpin' Ain't Easy (Godfather Theme)
116 Prepared to Die
117 Pimp Behind The Wheels (DJ Evil E The Great)
118 6 'N The Mornin'
119 Intro Rhyme Pays
120 The Iceberg
121 NY, NY
122 Addicted To Danger
123 Pulse of the Rhyme
124 Ice MF. T
125 Swazy
126 Gotta Lotta Love
127 The Lane
128 Ricochet
129 Threat Interlude"(feat. Threat
130 Funky Gripsta
131 Somebody Gotta Do It (Pimpin' Ain't Easy!)
132 What Ya Wanna Do?
133 Sondoobiest Interlude
134 G Style
135 They Want Me Back In
136 Sondoobiest Interlude"(feat. Sondoobiest
137 The House
138 Make It Funky
139 You Played Yourself
140 Hit the Fan
141 Where The Shit Goes Down
142 Pain
143 Threat Interlude
144 7th Deadly Sin (Intro)
145 Ziplock
146 Girls L.G.B.N.A.F.
147 Check Your Game


Tracy Marrow (born February 16, 1958), better known by his stage name Ice-T, is an American rapper and actor. He was born in Newark, New Jersey and moved to Los Angeles, California. After graduating from high school he served in the United States Army for four years. He began his career as a rapper in the 1980s and was signed to Sire Records in 1987, when he released his debut album Rhyme Pays. The next year, he founded record label Rhyme Syndicate and released another album, Power. He became the lead vocalist in heavy metal band Body Count, which he introduced in his 1991 album O.G.: Original Gangster. Body Count released its self-titled debut album in 1992. Ice-T encountered controversy over his track "Cop Killer", which was perceived to glamorize killing police officers. Because of this, he left Warner Bros. Records in 1993 and released his album Home Invasion through Priority Records instead. Body Count's next album was released in 1994, and Ice-T released two more albums in the late 1990s.

As an actor, Ice-T began starring in minor roles in two films during the mid-1980s. In 1991, Ice-T formally began his acting career as an actor in the film New Jack City. Ice-T also starred in films such as Who's the Man? (1993), CB4 (1993), Tank Girl (1995), and Johnny Mnemonic (1995). He has played Detective Odafin "Fin" Tutuola on the NBC police drama Law & Order: Special Victims Unit since 1999. In 2006, Ice-T released his first album in seven years, Gangsta Rap.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ice-T