Ice Cube announces select 2019 performances
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Ice Cube might be known by the younger generation of pop culture for curating family-friendly movies like Are We There Yet, the Ride Along series, and 21 Jump Street. Some might even recognize Cube for his business acumen for starting his own flourishing three-on-three professional basketball league. But many have forgotten that Ice Cube was once one of the most feared emcees and individuals in America at one point in time. 

In his early days, Ice Cube single-handedly dismantled the hardest rap group in history at the time in N.W.A. His diss track, "No Vaseline" took shots at Eazy-E and the rest of N.W.A causing the clique's creditability to be questioned by the general public. "No Vaseline" is arguably the greatest diss record of all-time and it allowed him to continue to dominate the realm of hip-hop for the next decade. 

Despite starting other business ventures and becoming a pop culture icon, Ice Cube still is one of the most polished emcees in existence and still can put a quality full body of work out for his fans to appreciate. In Dec. 2018, Ice Cube released his first album since 2010 entitled, Everthang's Corrupt. The album details the current socio-political climate we as a nation have been dealt and provides solutions to some of more troubling obstacles as well. 

With Cube's new project raising-eyebrows and BIG3 basketball operations currently in the midst of an offseason, the "Go to Church" rapper is preparing a small lineup of shows for his true fans to come out in support. Check out Ice Cube's show dates below:

March 6 – New York, NY – Terminal 5 (Tickets)
March 9 – Philadelphia, PA – Franklin Music Hall (Tickets)  

Ice Cube will also be performing at the Red Rock Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado alongside Snoop Dogg and friends on April 18 (Tickets). With that said, check out the legendary Ice Cube on his upcoming tour dates. Also, check out the visuals to his classic N.W.A diss, "No Vaseline" in the video link provided above. And lastly, stick with AXS for all of your ticketing needs.