Ice-T - Power mp3 album
Power is the second studio album by American rapper Ice-T, released on September 13, 1988 by Sire Records. Recorded at Syndicate Studios West in Los Angeles, the home studio of DJ Evil E, it was produced by Ice-T and Afrika Islam. The Los Angeles Daily News noted that its lyrical themes ranged from sex to gun violence, and that Ice-T "implicates everyone from radio programmers to the police as accomplices in the decline of western civilisation
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Power is the second album by American rapper Ice-T, released in 1988 on Sire Records. The album produced the single "I'm Your Pusher", with the video getting Ice-T major airplay on MTV. Although the song is an anti-drug song, the song gained controversy as it was interpreted as having the opposite message. The album cover also received controversy upon its release, due to the provocative pose of Darlene Ortiz, Ice-T's girlfriend at the time.
Intro (Power Album) Lyrics. This album is dedicated to rhyme syndicate They hear my records before they're made When they're just on paper, when they're demos laid At 6am when the cops run their raid We don't worry about suckas 'cause they will get sprayed PEACE. Yo man That Ice-T is a bad motherfucker man This is a dope album man, Rhyme Pays man That record he did, thats the stupid stuff man Turn that tape over (Yo homeboy i got the new Ice-T tape) Man you ain't got it man (I got the Power tip) Yo how you get that tape man It ain't
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Текст песни "Ice-T - Power". perpetrator doomsday ICE T fool man of my own full grown I cause havoc when I speak upon the microphone I'm outspoken,no jokin',get in my face your jaw will get broken Layin' it,sayin' it,then you're playing it Lyrics so heavy that you might try weighin' it Hated by many but I hate'em back Loved. by troopers who know where it's at You might like me,might think I'm wack But don't step to me 'cause the boy stays strapped I'm taking no shorts,hatin' the courts,hatin' the judges Punk DA's with their personal grudges I hate.
As riveting as Rhyme Pays was, Ice-T did hold back a little and avoided being too consistently sociopolitical. But with the outstanding Power, the gloves came all the way off, and Ice didn't hesitate to speak his mind about the harsh realities of inner-city life. On "Drama," "Soul on Ice" (an homage to his idol Iceberg Slim), "High Rollers," and other gangsta rap gems, Ice embraces a first-person format and raps with brutal honesty about the lives of gang members, players, and hustlers.