Ice Cube, the rap legend, has recently made a thrilling announcement about his upcoming solo album titled “Man Down.” In an interview with Chuck D’s RAPstation, he shared that he is just two weeks away from completing this highly anticipated project. This album will be Ice Cube’s first full-length solo release since the highly acclaimed “Everythang’s Corrupt” back in 2018. Fans and music enthusiasts alike are eagerly waiting to see what this rap juggernaut has in store for us with “Man Down.” In his explanation, he expressed his excitement about an upcoming album. With determination, he aims to complete it within the next few weeks and plan its release. The album, titled “Man Down,” is a project he deeply enjoys. He confidently describes it as a remarkable record that he personally finds impressive and captivating.
Get ready for an electrifying performance in Los Angeles! Cube, the talented artist from our very own hometown, is all set to take the stage alongside the renowned Ja Rule and Ashanti. This unforgettable event is part of KDAY’s grand celebration of their 40th anniversary on Friday, September 29th. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to witness a night filled with exceptional performances by these incredible artists. Cube took to Twitter on Monday night (September 25) and excitedly shared, “Just 4 more days until I finally return home!” Join the incredible Ja Rule and Ashanti as they take you on an unforgettable musical journey. Experience the joy of their performances firsthand by rolling through and rocking with them. To stay updated on their tour dates, click here for more information. Don’t miss out on the chance to see other amazing artists like Tha Dogg Pound, DJ Quik, Suga Free, Rodney O and Joe Cooley in Stockton the following day. Get ready for a series of shows that will leave you wanting more!
Ice Cube’s career is undoubtedly impressive, with his contributions to N.W.A and 10 solo albums. Among them, his iconic releases like “Amerikkka’s Most Wanted” and “The Predator” stand out. Despite all the success he has achieved, Ice Cube remains humble and appreciative of the opportunities that his career has brought him.
“It’s a blessing, really,” he said. “For one, I made a promise to myself when I got in this business that I wouldn’t let it change who I am as a person, so I was always willing to let the chips fall where they may and and not worry about ‘I can’t do this or my career will be over’ or ‘if I do this, will this happen?’ When you broke when you’re starting off, going back to being broke is not an issue. That’s not motivation, like ‘I’m going to be broke again, let me bow down to this b#######.’ No.”
Last December, the legendary rap artists Ice Cube, Too $hort, Snoop Dogg, and E-40 joined forces as Mount Westmore and released their highly anticipated debut album titled “Snoop Cube 40 $hort.” This incredible collaboration brought together the finest talents in the industry to deliver an exceptional musical experience for fans worldwide. With their combined expertise and unique styles, Mount Westmore’s album undoubtedly became an instant hit among hip-hop enthusiasts. Initially named “Bad MFs,” this project churned out hit singles such as “Big Subwoofer” and “Too Big” featuring the talented artist P-Lo. Although it reached a respectable position at No. 188 on the Billboard 200, it’s evident that chart success is not their main focus at this stage of their careers. This incredible project came to life during the challenging times of the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s evident that the four highly experienced individuals behind it are driven by their genuine passion and dedication. With their impressive track record, they have nothing left to prove but everything to gain.