The Grammy Award-winning hip-hop and television star shares the story of his early life, marked by the deaths of his parents, his involvement in gangs and the single-minded work ethic that enabled his rise to international fame. Simultaneous.
Ice-T is right up at the top of the list in terms of seminal figures in rap and hip-hop, known for his contributions to the West coast and gangsta rap. In this no-holds-barred memoir, the man born as Tracy Morrow (in New Jersey) reveals the details of his childhood--including the painful deaths of his parents--as well as riffing on his musical feuds, acting career, run-ins with the law, and stint in the army.
- Biography + Autobiography
- Entertainment + Performing Arts
- February 22, 2011
- April 19, 2011
- Ice-T (FWD)
- Mirron Willis (Narrator)