Today Ice Cube continued the Wrigley Field tradition of rappers performing “Take Me Out To The Ballgame” in an ear-splittingly bad manner. How bad was it, ma’am?
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Ice Cube, a popular Coors Light pitchman and former member of NWA, is a big fan of the Lakers, so it's not surprising that he's not too fond of Dwight Howard right now. During a show on Sunday night, Ice Cube took some time out of his performance to talk some shit about Howard, and he did not hold anything back!
Back in January, we brought you two competing theories about the origins of Ice Cube's "It Was a Good Day." One intrepid blogger argued persuasively that Cube's good day was January 20, 1992. But another blogger debunked his case and brought in evidence from Behind the Music. He determined that Cube's good day was…
When a blogger attempted to identify the exact date rapped about in Ice Cube's "It Was A Good Day," using only clues from the song, we were impressed. But a few things didn't add up about the January 20, 1992 date arrived upon. Was the Goodyear Blimp grounded that day? Did it rain in South Central?
Murk Avenue reports, after exhaustive research involving Lakers-SuperSonics games and Yo! MTV Raps airings, that the Good Day in question was January 20, 1992, 20 years ago a week ago. We will forever remember it.
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