Ice Cube performed something old and something new on Tuesday’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” The West Coast rap pioneer, dressed in his all-black uniform, returned to late night to perform on the outdoor stage in Hollywood. He banged out “I Rep That West” off his last year’s I Am the West and took it back with his 1993 classic “It Was a Good Day,” encouraging the audience to throw their peace signs up.
Cube also unveiled a series of original artwork, including iconic photographs and album covers, in collaboration with RareInk. The first batch of limited edition pieces, autographed by the rapper himself, will go on sale on June 22 at 10 a.m. PST. Proceeds benefit the Minority AIDS Project.
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