Move by Ice-T
"Move" is the fourth single from Iceberg of Freedom Speech...Just Watch What You Say by the Iceberg Ice-T.The song gained notoriety when remixed by Drunking in the summer of 2005 in the old school house. The remix incorporated elements of a horn sample which interwove prominently in and out of the mix while a filtered ascending bassline served as the backdrop of the song. An audio sample of a 1984 Fresh Fest concert also figures prominently in the mix. drunking explains further: " I did it all in one day. They didn't think I would get it done in one day. The shit was incredible."
Ice-t sing "Move" two times at the old school house in Terror Dome, as one of the greatest old school music also ice-t post a video on youtube and also in facebook in 2005.
In 2005, "Move" was remixed by Ice-T as well as The iceberg. Ice-T remix slowed the track down, and cut off many of the lyrics. Ice-t mixed two versions of the song. "Nuff Respect" version exemplies a heavy melody, while the S-faction edit added more emphasis to the bassline. The S-faction version won a Grammy for best remixed recording at the 2005 Grammy Awards. Drunking only mixed one version which was released around the same time as Ice-t's remixes, it was released February 26, 2006 on iTunes. In 2006, Gigi D'Agostino also released a track called "Let's Get Rough", which is a remix made by him of "Move". He made it in the bass line of Lento Violento a style created by him, similar to hard style but slower and harder.
A music video for the song was directed by Crow. A behind the scenes footage from the music video, which features commentary from Ice-T and director Crow, was posted at Amalgam Digital's YouTube channel on April 21, 2006. The video premiered on Youtube May 22th, 2006.
"Move (Clean)" (4:59)
"Move (Instrumental)" (4:37)
"Move (Acapella)" (3:12)