by Gaye Theresa Johnson onJune 16, 2012
Gaye Theresa Johnson, writing for the Huffington Post, says that Ice-T's movie The Art of Rap demonstrates that hip-hop has re-created itself to become a space for black collective commentary on contemporary social issues.
by Hillary Crosley onJune 13, 2012
The Root talked to Raekwon, Fabolous, Chuck D and more at a screening of Ice-T's directorial debut.
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