By Quibian Salazar-Moreno

      It was over 15 years ago when Ice Cube starred in his first movie, “Boyz N the Hood”, as Doughboy, a South Central, Los Angeles teenager caught up in the gang life. Since then he’s starred in more than 20 films, most of them getting an exclusive Ice Cube song for the film’s soundtrack.

      Now Capitol/Priority Records has collected 16 Ice Cube songs from the various films he’s been for the album, “Ice Cube: In The Movies.” Set to drop on September 4, the albums features choices cuts from films like “Friday,” “All About the Benjamins,” “Player’s Club,” and “Higher Learning.” Here’s the tracklist to the album:


 1. You Can Do It (w/ Mack 10 & Ms. Toi)     Next Friday (2000)

  2. We Be Clubbin’                           The Player’s Club (1998)

  3. Natural Born Killaz (w/ Dr. Dre)         Murder Was The Case (1995)

  4. Anybody Seen The PoPo’s?!                xXx: State of the Union (2005)

  5. Friday                                   Friday (1995)

  6. How To Survive In South Central          Boyz N The Hood (1991)

  7. $100 Dollar Bill Y’all                   All About The Benjamins (2002)

  8. (You Know) I’m A Ho (w/ Master P)        The Player’s Club (1998)

  9. The World Is Mine                        Dangerous Ground (1997)

  10. Ghetto Vet (w/Mack 10 & Mr. Short Khop) I Got The Hook Up (1998)

  11. Maniac In the Brainiac (w/ Mack 10)*    Bulworth (1998)

  12. The Wrong N**** To F**k Wit             Scary Movie 2 (2001)

  13. Roll All Day                            Gone In 60 Seconds (2000)

  14. Higher                                  Higher Learning (1995)

  15. Trespass (w/ Ice-T)                     Trespass (2005)

  16. Right Here, Right Now(w/Paul Oakenfold) Blade II (2002)


  • narry

    Its dope showing all of his accomplishments

  • ramonda

    Dude is dope as hell.And fine as hell.He can do what he wants. And he don’t play. That shit is tight. How many rappers can do that shit.