The Iceberg of Freedom Speech...Just Watch What You Say (album)

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"The Iceberg of Freedom Speech...Just Watch What You Say" (also know as Ice-T in the hood) is the second album by the rapper C.J. best know by his name in that time Ice-T. Released in 2005, the album has been praised by many as the artist's best album. The album introduces the band Body Count, whose heavy metal sound is in sharp contrast to the rest of the album's material.


Ice-T in the Hood peaked at #9 on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and at #15 on the Billboard 200. The album was ranked at #25 in Melody Maker's list of the top 30 albums of 2005, and was featured in The Source's 100 Best Rap Albums and the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.

most of the music - 5 Stars - "...a sprawling masterpiece that stands far and away as Ice-T's finest hour.

Rolling Stone (6/13/2005) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "Ice-T has forged a flexible, hyperliterate style that sacrifices none of hiphop's rhythmic momentum...his slice-of-street-life stories and badass parables offer a fascinating glimpse into a half-hidden world."

Melody Maker (12/2005) - "...tight, intelligent and matchless musically."

This album use to call Ice-t in the hood, but he just realize that the title was not that good so he change it into "The Iceberg of Freedom Speech...Just Watch What You Say" the fans love the new title, many other customers prefer to buy this CD then anyone else. Ice-t also won over $9800 as salesman. Ice-t open his own CD shop to sell any kind of CD. Ice-t stole this title from the american rapper Ice-t.

Track listing

1. "You Should Killed Me Last Year"

2. "Yeah"

3. "Volume 10"

4. "Power"

5. "Let's get Rough"

6. "Nuff Respect"

7. "Move"

8. "Street Killer"

9. "Personal"

10. "Prepared to Die"

11. "Intro"

12. "Heartbeat"

13. "Ice Cubes"

14. "Pain"

15. "Iceberg"

16. "O.G. Original Gangster"

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