Rap acts on television this week include Ice-T, who visits ‘Late Night with Conan O’Brien’ on Wednesday; Bow Wow, who visits ‘Total Request Live’ and ‘Live with Regis and Kelly’ on Thursday and ‘Daily Download’ on Friday; and Eve, who visits ‘TRL’ on Thursday.
The New York Post reports LL Cool J and Ice-T will be honored by rappers Nelly and Snoop Dogg, respectively, at the second annual VH1 Hip Hop Honors on September 26th. The event will be hosted by Russell Simmons and his brother, Reverend Run of Run-DMC. Snoop will perform Ice-T’s hit ‘Color’s, while the reunited groups En Vogue and Salt-N-Pepa perform ‘Whatta Man’.
Fergie of the Black Eyed Peas, Ice-T and wife Coco, Trina, Stacks, and Chopper attended the “Style Villa” at the Sagamore Hotel on Friday (August 26) in Miami Beach, Florida. Check out pictures from GettyImages.
Rap acts on television this week include Ice-T, who visits ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ on Monday; Nick Cannon, who promotes his new film ‘Underclassman’ on ‘Today’ on Monday and ‘Total Request Live’ on Wednesday.
Ice-T was a guest on 92.2 FM in Perth, Australia the other day, promoting his tour in the country. The rapper turned actor talked about ‘Law & Order’, hooking up with Coco, joining the army after having a kid, his beef with Charlton Heston and hoping to read his name in the obituary, and more. Audio at auspipe.com has since been removed.
Even in 2005 Ice-T unwittingly scares some with his no sh**-taking stance. “I think some people are scared, but I think most people respect it,” the rapper tells Time Off magazine. “Everybody in their life wishes they can stand up. I’m not a real aggressive-type mean or angry person. I just realize that in life all you have is integrity and, if you give that up, what’s left of you? Fortunately, people agree with a lot of my opinions and those are the people who are my fans.”
Ice-T was on Fox FM the other day in Melbourne, Australia. He talked with Matt & Jo about performing with Flavor Flav a while back, needing to be a gangsta to be a good rapper, his wife Coco, dealing with the police, fake gangsta rappers, Vanilla Ice vs. Eminem, being a hip hop “Godfather”, and more. Audio at Auspipe.com has since been removed.
Ice-T was on Brisbane’s B105 with The Crew talking about being back in Australia, his TV career on ‘Law And Order’, his stage show, being rich after selling 20 million albums, and the talk about being banned in the Australian city years back. Audio at Auspipe.com has since been removed.