Ice Cube also worked with the emerging rapper Tupac Shakur on his album Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z., appearing on the track "Last Words".
He is also one of the richest people in the hip hop industry with an estimated net worth of $145 million.
Cube's album "Laugh Now, Cry Later" is 64:51 minutes long.
Cube was the only other actor besides John Witherspoon to appear in all three "Friday" movies.
Cube used to drive a Suzuki.
Cube is considered by many to be one of the most influential rappers in the world.
Cube's song Why We Thugs was produced by Scott Storch.
Cube's new album "Laugh Now, Cry Later" was released on June,6, 2006.
Cube's album "Laugh Now, Cry Later,"
contains 20 tracks.
Cube's made an album named "Laugh Now, Cry Later".
Cube's made a video for his song named "Why We Thugs".
Cube was in the movie Three Kings.
Cube was in the movie "Thicker Than Water".
Cube was in the movie "Ghosts of Mars".
Cube was in the movie Torque.
Cube played Fudge in the 1995 movie Higher Learning.
Cube played Savon in the 1992 movie Trespass.
Cube played Teddy Woods in the movie The Glass Shield.
In 1991, Cube played "Doughboy" Darin in the movie Boyz N the Hood.
Cube was the executive producer for the movie The Players Club in 1997.
Cube won the Lifetime Achievement Award with Dr. Dre.
Ice Cube received the 2005 Soul Train Music Awards Lifetime Achievement Award.
Cube's married Kim Jackson in 1992.
Ice Cube began Cubevision Production Company.
Cypress Hill accused Cube of stealing beats, lyrics, and choruses for his "Friday" soundtrack that they had planned to use on their Cypress Hill III: Temples of Boom album.
Cube had a duet with Dr. Dre on "Natural Born Killaz" on the Murder Was The Case soundtrack.
After "The Predator", Cube's audience began to diminish.
Cube's album "The Predator" debuted at #1 on both the pop and R&B charts, the first album in history to do so.
Cube released "The Predator" in November of 1992.
Partly to help deflect criticism, Cube appointed a female rapper named Yo-Yo to the head of his own record label and helped produce her debut album, Make Way for the Motherlode.
Cube's producers are: Priority/Da Lench Mob Records.
Cube left NWA due to financial and personal conflicts.
During 1989, Cube felt he was not being treated fairly by NWA's management.
In 1992, Cube converted to the Nation of Islam.
Cube assisted on debuts from Da Lench Mob and Kam, both of which had limited commercial success but gained a lot of critical acclaim.
In November 2005, Cube and Emmy Award winning filmmaker R.J. Cutler teamed to create the six-part documentary series titled "Black. White.", which was aired on cable network FX. Two families, one black and one white, share a home in the San Fernando Valley for the majority of the show.
Cube's upcoming movie projects include "Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House" which is scheduled to be released in 2007, "The Extractors" and "Teacher of the Year" which to be released this year.
Ice Cube has just signed on to star in and produce Welcome Back, Kotter, a big screen adaptation of the '70s television series.
Cube is married to Kim Jackson.
Cube was the first member to leave NWA.
Ice Cube stands at 5'10 inches tall.
In 2002, Cube was approached by Aftermath Records but declined to sign with them.
Ice Cube makes a cameo appearance in Destiny's Child's video Soldier.
Ice Cube cousin of rapper Del Tha Funkee Homosapien.
Ice Cube was originally supposed to play the role of Rodney in Baby Boy which went to Snoop Dogg.
Ice Cube and a friend, Sir Jinx, rapped as a partnership called C.I.A. at parties hosted by Dr. Dre.
Ice Cube began writing raps while attending school at William Howard Taft High School.
Ice Cube was raised in South Central Los Angeles by his parents, both of whom were employed at UCLA.
Ice Cube was the star of XXX:State Of The Union.
His next album is called Laugh Now, Cry Later and it will feature production by none other than the King Of Crunk, Lil Jon.
Ice Cube was in "Friday", "Next Friday", and also "Friday After Next" movies.
Ice Cube used to be in rap group N.W.A. from 1986 - 1989.