"Rhyme Pays," Sire/Warner Bros. Records 25602
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Tracy Marrow | Ice T | Ice T.
5' 11" (1.8 m)
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On his contribution to Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
(1999): "I bring a lot of shit to the show. I'm the only person on the show probably anybody under 20 knows who they are. I bring black people and ethnic people. I bring an edge to the show, because at any moment I might smack the shit out of somebody. When I got on the show, it was in the 40s. Now it's top 10. So I brought something."
His song "Cop Killer", which was recorded with his heavy metal group, Body Count
, was the subject of a national debate on the glorification of violence in the media. After the song was removed from Body Count's self-titled debut album, and after further controversy over the artwork for the then-forthcoming "Home Invasion" album, he was dropped by Sire/Warner Bros. Records, which had released the ...
Often reflects himself in his songs