2014, better known as Ice Age.
Forget being one of the most important originators and innovators of gangster rap, forget platinum albums (see: AmeriKKKa’s Most Wanted, 2.4 mil sold) and Grammy nominations, forget Boyz In Da Hood or “The Lakers beat the Supersonics”. There’s a whole demographic of people that have no idea that their favorite movie star, and the man behind a slew of box office hits, including January’s record setting Ride Along, was a part of any of those career marks. He may be the most interesting man in showbiz, most notably because the second leg of his career is as startlingly successful as his first, and he’s showing no signs of letting up.
In the new issue of The Source Magazine, on newsstands everywhere this Thursday (April 10), Cube sits down with our owner and publisher, L. Londell McMillan, and chats extensively about everything his current life entails, including his movie production company, his new album Everythang’s Corrupt, and spending the better part of the past quarter-century in the immediate spotlight.
You can read a couple excerpts from Cube and McMillan’s intimate conversation below.