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Page Artiste Ice Cube


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  • CD (19 août 2008)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Lench Mob Records
  • ASIN : B001B94K2S
  • Autres versions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Cet album est un concentré de hip hop pour le cerveau…Deux années après le gentiment anecdotique Laugh Now, Cry Later (disque d’or, tout de même), et quelques égarements au royaume du cinéma de pur divertissement familial (xXx² : The Next Level), le rapper américain répond de triomphale manière, en remontant la pente par la face politique, et avec cette huitième production en studio en près de vingt années de carrière, à deux interrogations majeures : peut-on maintenir plus de soixante-dix minutes durant un flow âpre, alimenté de samples implacables comme un trottoir d’asphalte (quelque chose comme un tir de barrage sonique), et qui reste l’authentique méchant garçon de la scène hip-hop internationale.
Ici en compagnie de Nas, ou Scarface, l’ex NWA nous laisse accroire, en vaillant parrain du genre (qu’on imagine dispenser, le dimanche à la sortie de l’église, caresses aux enfants, et billets verts aux adultes), que le temps n’a pas de prise sur lui, alimentant même en quelques occasions sa rage d’une inspiration que n’aurait pas renié Public Enemy (« It Takes a Nation »). L’Original Gangster part donc en croisade contre les politiciens et l’establishment, mais fustige également la banalisation de la violence, ne caressant qu’un bref instant le projet de prendre les rênes du pouvoir (« Take Me Away »), afin de tenter de changer les choses de l’intérieur. Toujours affamé, il délivre un funk panoramique (« Thanks God »), excessif (expliquant à satiété les difficultés rencontrées à nourrir sa tribu), et jouissif (« cessez de vous demander où se trouve le meilleur rappeur : il est ici !»).
Aisément l’une des meilleures productions du bonhomme depuis des lustres, et la rue comme si vous y étiez, par l’une des figures prééminentes de la West Coast. Précédé d’un single Internet (« Gangsta Rap Made Me Do It », et son vidéo-clip à la périphérie de l’outrage), Raw Footage parviendra au sommet des classements américains de sa catégorie (5ème position des charts généralistes). - Copyright 2015 Music Story


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Raw footage, un album bien réussi par son exécutive producer : Ice Cube . Gangsta Rap à écouter sans modération . Lengh Mob .
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Excellent album, voire même le meilleur pour ma part. Et l'édition française est beaucoup plus complète que la version Américaine (2 titres supplémentaires). Un must absolu pour tous les fans de Ice Cube et du son West Coast en général.
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HASH(0x9845927c) étoiles sur 5 Exceptional album 19 août 2008
Par Michael Brent Faulkner, Jr. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Say what you want, Ice Cube is one of rap's pioneer's and definitely one of the best rappers, period. Forget all the sub-genres of rap - Ice Cube is the personification of true rap. His flow, his phrasing, and his lyrics are "ill". Anybody who wants to hear what straight-up rap is supposed to sound like, buy this album or Cube's previous album, LAUGH NOW, CRY LATER. Ice is relevant, despite any accusations made that the "original gangsta" sold out after his family-friendly movies. He is still a gangster - RAW FOOTAGE is the proof of this.

The album opens up with the quirky "What is A Pyroclastic Flow" (an interlude) that makes you wonder where Cube is going to take this thing. We later find that Cube references "Pyroclastic Flow" throughout the album. But really, did Cube have to prove to us his flow is "sick"? Nope, the "proof is in the pudding", as they say. Official opening track "I Got My Locs On" features none other than the second most featured rapper of 2008 (besides Weezy), Young Jeezy. "I Got My Locs On" is a great opener, though even stronger material shows up following it. "It Takes A Nation" is certainly one of RAW FOOTAGE's strongest number, in which Cube confidently states "there are seven known wonders of the world/you're about to witness the eighth motherf*****". Throughout this seminal track, Cube spits nothing but "ether" , as Diddy would say. It clearly shows that ARE WE THERE YET? didn't strip O'Shea Jackson of any of his "gangster-ism". One of the most creative lines might just be when Cube references being on an independent label and in essence, he doesn't care whether this album sells or not. If it doesn't, it is a shame.

"Gangsta Rap Made Me Do It" again showcases Cube's "pyroclastic flow". Cube talks real talk about gangsta rap and justifies the fact that he can say/do whatever the [bleep] he wants. It is a free country. "Hood Mentality" keeps the pace going in which Cube talks about well, having a "hood mentality", but not being "the hood". Call it whatever you want, it is another winning cut from RAW FOOTAGE. "Why Me" features neo-soul standout Musiq Soulchild, at his best as always. The production work continues an incredible strong streak, as does Cube. Real hip-hop ladies and gentlemen. It makes you wonder if Erykah Badu was so off when she compared hip-hop to religion on 2008's "The Healer/Hip-Hop" ("it's bigger than religion hip-hop..."). "Cold Places" is one of my personal favorites, if for nothing else but the sick production work. Aside from the killer beat and undeniably sick synths, Cube's flow is unparalleled here. Cube truly proves he is the embodiment of hip-hop. He is gangsta-rap. What he shows more importantly is that these "studio rappers" don't know anything about "gangsta rap", which he also quotes in his track, "Thank God".

"Jack N The Box", "Do Your Thang", "Thank God", and "Here He Come" (featuring Doughboy) are all top notch. "Thank God" maybe one of the catchiest of the album in which Cube asserts "Thank God the Gangsta's back... and we ain't got to put up with this brainless rap...". Valid? Very. Furthermore, the introduction to "Thank God" makes you reminisce of the days that Ice Cube was one of the most politically/socially charged rappers out there. Agree or disagree, Cube's message is really powerful. "Thank God" might just be my favorite from RAW FOOTAGE. "Get Money, Spend Money" isn't a miss, but it doesn't stand up as strong as the very best. "Get Use To It" features more extraodinary production (Nas could take a tip from Cube about strong production work). "Tommorow" showcases some of the best hip-hop production I've heard in sometime. Independent or not, this album sounds like it could've been produced by major-label producers. "Tommorow" may not shine as brightly as say "Jack N The Box" or "Thank God", but it certainly shines brighter than most of the tracks by most other rappers in 2008. "Stand Tall" features throwback, retro-soul production. Shouldn't Ice Cube sound soft with such a backdrop? Of course not - the clash between the soft texture of the production and the hard-laced Cube plays exceptional well, contrasting wonderfully. "Take Me Away" featuring Butch Cassidy finds Cube referencing his influential hit "Today Was Good Day", which is awesome.

While some of the sheen of RAW FOOTAGE has worn off by this track (track 16), Cube has done more than enough to earn his honors of 4 stars from me. Personally, I'd love to see this album get a Grammy Nomination. However, the west Coast has been ignored by The Grammys in the past. Maybe, this year is the year. Superb album.
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HASH(0x98459684) étoiles sur 5 8th solo is another good one 12 septembre 2008
Par G$ - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Ice Cube returns after 2 years for his 8th solo, and once again it's another good one. Of his 8, most I'd give 4 stars, this being one of them, and a couple I'd give 4.5 stars. With 18 songs (1 is a live version of a song from his last album, so you get 17 new songs). Of the 17, 2 are almost a classics, 5 are ok, and the other 10 are good, with a few being real good. After 21 years in the Rap Game, Cube still delivers with Raw talent and ferocity on some tracks. Guests are minimal, on 5 songs and only rapping on 3 of them, so you get alot of Cube on here. Production is nice as well. Teak & Dee Underdue do 4 songs, Emile does 2, Swizz beats, PnO, Maestro, tha Bizness, Felli Fel, Palumbo beats, Symphony, EmBeatz, baby Dubb, DJ Crazy Toones, Young Fokus all do 1 song. A nice album to have form one of the all time greats.

#2 - 7 (f/ Young Jeezy)
#3 - 9 (good beat)
#4 - 9.5 (tight beat)
#5 - 8
#6 - 9.5 (f/ Musiq Soulchild) -- nice beat
#7 - 8.5
#8 - 7
#9 - 7.5
#10 - 8.5 (good beat)
#11 - 7 (f/ Doughboy)
#12 - 8
#13 - 7 (f/ WC & The Game)
#14 - 8
#15 - 9 (nice relaxing beat)
#16 - 9 (f/ Butch Cassidy -- nice beat)
#17 - 9.5 (tight beat)
#18 - 8
#19 (Live version of "Why We Thugs")

O'Shea Jackson -- b. 7/15/69 -- Compton, CA
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HASH(0x984596fc) étoiles sur 5 some haters on here.. 22 août 2008
Par DarkAudio - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I don't know what these people are talkin about, Cube has gone soft? This album isn't raw? WTF are you talkin about? Cube is still bringin it, hard as ever, this is just as good as "Laugh Now, Cry Later", possibly even better. Cube doesn't even rap for the money, he raps because he loves to, and say whatever you want about him, he's still droppin hits, and none of it is going to involve dancing around on MTV like Lil Wayne or 50 cent. Sure, he's done some movies to make an extra checc, but that's because Cube is an -artist- in every way he can express himself, so he tried acting too and wasn't the greatest, but who brought us Friday? NWA? Who wrote for Eazy-E? It's all Cube. All day. If you're going to hate on an album this year, choose a different one, this is a 4 star.
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HASH(0x98459a8c) étoiles sur 5 Ice Cube Hits Hard 21 août 2008
Par O. Garcia - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Raw Footage is by far the best Rap album in 2008. It contains a solid list of "Pyroclastic Flows" as the Grand Wizard himself would say. I honestly can't find a weak track in this album, which is extremely rare this day and age. To truly appreciate this piece of work you have to be a real rap fanatic, if not you might as well continue trying to learn that "Soldier Boy" dance. You wont regret buying this as soon and you pop it in the player and experience the Grand Wizard's hypnotic flow.
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HASH(0x98459bc4) étoiles sur 5 The Best Ice Cube Album Ever!!!! 19 janvier 2009
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
It seems like Ice Cube came right back to his roots after he came back from hollywood. I like the social as well as political messages in this album. Ice Cube says he does gangster rap, and he's right, but he also has a message as a black man, as a rap star, as a muslim, and as a hollywood actor. The messages in this album can't be denied. If I had to vouch for the best rap album of the year or just a rap album that has meaning, it would be this one. His best hit on this album has to be Stand Tall. I loved the message in this one! The other song that caught my attention is Cold Places. The messages that Cube gives are phenominal! The rest of the album is full of gems like; Hood Mentality, It Takes A Nation, Tommorrow, Get Money, Spend Money No Money, and Gangsta Rap Made Me Do It. He takes the West Side to a whole new level with Get Used To It. Even with the 1 or 2 songs dedicated to bragging rights (Jack In The Box, Here He Come, Do Your Thang and Got My Locs On), this album made the cut as best rap album of the year. We needed Ice Cube to come back like he did to let us know that west coast rap is here to stay, that rap STILL has a message and that he is definately the king! I just caught the video for Gangsta Rap Made Me Do It on YouTube! This song went from a banger to a blitz! Ice cube tells many stories in this saga! Check it out if you dare! It makes this album stupendous! It's a damn shame the public can't pick rap album of the year!!!
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