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  • (10/23/91) Release of second studio album "Death Certificate" on Priority/EMI Records. NOTE: The album chalked up 1,000,000 advance orders and was certified platinum by December 20, 1991, selling 105,000 copies in its first week, which was enough to reach #2 on the Billboard 200 Album chart, as well as hitting #1 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, ultimately going on to sell over 1.6 million copies.
  • (1991) Music video: Appeared (w/Q-Tip' in the "How I Could Just Kill A Man" video for Cypress Hill.
  • (6/01-7.01) Music video: Appeared in "Bad Boy For Life" video for for Sean Combs, Black Rob and Mark Curry. NOTE: Also appearing were appearances by Dave Navarro, Travis Barker, Ben Stiller, Richard Dunn, Xzibit, Ice Cube, Snoop Dogg, Mike Tyson, Shaquille O'Neal, Baron Davis and Crazy Town. Directed by Chris Robinson.
  • (8/8/90) Release of NWA's debut album "Straight Outta Compton" on Ruthless Records / Priority Records / EMI Records.
  • (1998) Recorded "Children of the KoRn with Korn for their album "Follow the Leader". Also appeared on Korn's "Deuce" DVD.
  • (12/2004) Music video: Appeared in Destiny's Child's video "Soldier," NOTES: Also appearing were Solange (while pregnant), Lloyd Polite (as Lloyd), Shad Moss, Ginuwine, Ice Cube and WC. Directed by Ray Kay. (2) The video was nominated for a 2005 MTV Video Music Award in the category of "Best Group Video."
  • (9/93) Music video:L Appeared in Dr. Dre's video "Let Me Ride". NOTES: (1) Shot on location on Slauson Avenue in Los Angeles. (2) Nominated for a 1993 MTV Video Music Award for Best Rap Video. (3) Directed by Dr. Dre.
  • (2001) Official Soundtrack for Save the Last Dance (2001), track 9 "You Can Do It"; Written by Ice Cube (as O'Shea Jackson), Mack 10 (as Dedrick Rolison), Don 'One Eye' Saunders, Arthur Baker, Afrika Bambaataa, Pow Wow (as Robert Allen), G.L.O.B.E. (as John B. Miller), Mr. Biggs (as Ellis Williams) & John Robie Performed by Ice Cube featuring Mack 10 and Ms. Toi courtesy Priority Records, produced by One Eye for One Eye Productions.
  • (5/16/08) Music video: Appeared in Game's video "Game's Pain"/ NOTE: (1) Also included appearances by Tommy 'Tiny' Lister (as Tiny Lister), Big Daddy Kane, Three 6 Mafia, Raekwon, Nipsey Hussle. (2) Premiered on BET. (3) The single peaked at #9 on the Billboard US Hot Rap Chart.
  • (1993) TV commercials (regional): St. Ides Malt Liquor.
  • (2011-12) TV commercial: "Mountain Beer Tap" with Cat Wilson for Coors Light Beer.
  • (11/17/92) Album: "The Predator" (Priority/EMI Records).
  • (11/22/94) Album: "Bootlegs & B-sides" (Priority Records).
  • (3/11/03) Re-mastered re-release of "The Predator" (Priority/EMI Records).
  • (7/20/10) Remaster re-re-release of "The Predator" (Priority/EMI Records).
  • (5/10/90) Album:, "AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted" (Priority Records.
  • (12/7/93) Album: "Lethal Injection" (Priority Records). NOTE: Debuted at #5 on the Billboard 200 Album Chart for that week, with 215,000 copies sold.
  • (11/17/98) Album: "War & Peace Vol. 1 (The War Disc)" (Priority Records). NOTE: Hit #7 on the Billboard 200 Album Chart in the first week, selling 180,000 copies.
  • (8/19/08) Album: "Raw Footage" (Lench Mob Records) (EMI / Caroline Distribution / Capitol).
  • (9/28/10) Album: "I Am the West" (Lench Mob Records, EMI / Caroline Distribution / Capitol.
  • (2012) Video game: Uncredited role on the BFG Edition of Doom 3: Resurrection of Evil (2005) as Screaming Marines/Infected Carriers. Original Doom 3 was released (2005), BFG Edition released fourth quarter of 2012.
  • (3/31/00) Album: "War & Peace Volume 2 (The Peace Disc)" (Priority Records). NOTE: Peaked at #3 on the Billboard 200 Album Chart, and at #1 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Album Chart in the first week, selling 188,000 copies. The first track on the album, "Hello," features his former NWA band-mates Dr. Dre and M.C. Ren.
  • (6/6/06) Album: "Laugh Now, Cry Later" (Lench Mob Records). NOTE: Co-distribution from EMI Label/Caroline Distribution/Capitol. The album reached #4 on the Billboard 200 Album Chart in its first week of release, selling 144,000 copies.
  • (1993) Single: "It Was a Good Day".

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