“Peace” is obviously a relative term to Ice Cube — with the exception of the laid-back ”Until We Rich,” most of the tracks on War & Peace Vol. 2 (The Peace Disc) are rough-and-tumble celebrations of the gangsta life, full of tough talk about sex, violence, and smoking weed. Dr. Dre, Krazie Bone, and Chris Rock guest, but it’s Cube’s stern vocal presence that dominates. No, movie stardom hasn’t dulled his edge. But he’s covered this territory so often, you can’t help but dream about the album of quiet-storm jams that might’ve been. B-
War & Peace Vol. 2 (The Peace Disc) "Peace" is obviously a relative term to Ice Cube — with the exception of the laid-back ''Until We Rich,'' most of the tracks on War &...War & Peace Vol. 2 (The Peace Disc)Hip-Hop/Rap "Peace" is obviously a relative term to Ice Cube — with the exception of the laid-back ''Until We Rich,'' most of the tracks on War &...2000-03-24
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap; Lead Performer: Ice Cube; Producer (group): Priority
Posted March 24 2000 — 12:00 AM EST
- These were the best responses to our Shondaland caption contest
- Pentatonix reveal details of new album: 'We want to prove we can write'
- Misha Collins thinks Donald Trump would make a great cat circus tour assistant
- 5 steps for celebrating Beyonce's birthday
- Talking 'Star Wars' toys: Hear Finn, Kylo Ren and Captain Phasma speak
- Viola Davis on the time she kissed a casting director
- 'Survivor: Second Chance': Peih-Gee Law on the advice Amanda Kimmel gave her
- How three worlds collided for the Shondaland cast shoot: See the exclusive photos
- 8 most polarizing celebrities in 'Dancing With the Stars' history
- All the VMAs 2015 performances graded
- VMAs 2015 Red Carpet: See All the Looks!
- 16 TV characters who stuck around longer than expected
- Tom Hardy, Alessandra Ambrósio, Bindi Irwin & More!