The Guardian caught up with Ice-T and asked the rapper about his most controversial song, ‘Cop Killer’, which brought condemnation from police throughout America and the then President, George H.W. Bush. “I thought it was going to go down,” he admitted. “I thought they were going to blackball me and end my career. But I started that fight, so I had to handle it. It wasn’t for me to call anybody for help.” He agreed to leave Warner and “go indie”, since which time he has produced three albums himself and sought a distributor only when he feels ready. Read more.