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News Hip-Hop Icon Gangsta Rap Legend Returns June 6th
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Written by Robert ID2663   
Saturday, 27 May 2006 13:40

On the 7th of February 2006, west coast rap icon Ice Cube officially announced that on June 6th. 2006 he would be releasing his long awaited and anticipated comeback hip-hop album entitled ‘Laugh Now, Cry Later’ from his own record company Da Lench Mob Records.

Being prominent in the hip-hop music industry, and being an accomplished actor, the legendary hip-hop culture icon Ice Cube is set to fulfill that promise.

Being credited in hip-hop culture as one of the originators of west coast gangsta rap, along with Eazy-E and the gangsta rap group NWA; Cube seems to be keeping guest appearances to a minimum with Snoop Dogg and his Westside Connection comrade WC.

The album will contain 18 tracks, with the street single and accompanying video, "Chrome & Paint," already creating a buzz. The album's first official single is the Scott Storch produced "Why We Thugs" whose accompanying video features an appearance by Mike Epps.

This is Ice Cube's seventh album. The first single is "Why We Thugs" and is already making heat. Watch the video here.

Here is the track list for ‘Laugh Now, Cry Later’ in stores June 6th.

Track list - Ice Cube - Laugh Now, Cry Later

01. Definition of a West Coast G (Intro) By: Sketch

02. Why We Thugs

Produced by Scott Storch

03. Smoke Some Weed

Produced by Budda

04. Dimes & Nicks (A Call from Mike Epps)

05. Child Support

Produced by Teak & Dre

06. 2 Decades Ago (insert) By: Sketch

07. Doin What It ''Pose 2 Do

Produced by Emile

08. Laugh Now, Cry Later

Produced by Sean C

09. Stop Snitchin

Produced by Swizz Beatz

10. Go to Church (Feat. Snoop Dogg and Lil Jon)

Produced by Lil Jon

11. The Nigga Trapp

Produced by DJ Green Lantern

12. A History of Violence

13. Growing Up

Produced by Laylaw & D-mac

14. Click Clack - Get Back!

Produced by Emile

15. The Game Lord

Produced by Teak & Dre

16. Chrome and Paint (Feat. WC)

Produced by Budda

17. Steal The Show

Produced by Scott Storch

18. You Gotta Lotta That (Feat. Snoop Dogg)

Produced by Lil Jon

19. Spittin Pollaseeds (Feat. WC & Kokane)

Produced by Laylaw & D-Mac

20. Holla at Cha Boy

Produced by Lil Jon

 
News Hip-Hop Icon Gangsta Rap Legend Returns June 6th

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