You’ve Got To Work Hard If You Want To Play Hard

Ice T
graphic © | photo – Wikipedia – lic. under CC 3.0

“When I got a chance to rap, I just busted my ass. When I got a chance to act, I busted my ass. Anytime I get a chance. I’m not wasting time. I won’t do it if I’m not doing it 110 percent. You’ve got to work hard if you want to play hard. I like to play, but I know I gotta bust my ass.” – Ice T

Tracy Lauren Marrow or Ice-T (1958 – present) is an American rapper known for his songs about street life. His debut album “Rhyme Pays” is the first hip-hop album with an explicit content sticker. In 2000, he starred in the police drama “Law and Order: Special Victims Unit” as NYPD Detective Odafin Tutuola.

As a young man in Los Angeles, he was involved in hustling and city crime. His experience as a gangster later became the theme of his songs. His gangster rap songs were controversial because of the indiscreet lyrics that revolve around violence. A perfect example would be his 1990 hit “Cop Killer”. But he later dispelled the issue that it encourages cop-killing. He said that it was simply a commentary on police brutality and racism.

The stage name “Ice-T” was inspired from Robin Maupin Beck III’s pen name “Iceberg Slim” whose book he read & quoted when he was young. He carried his stage name in his acting career as he starred in movies “New Jack City”, “Trespass”, and “Johnny Mnemonic”.

Recently, he produced a show on A&E entitled “The Peacemaker: L.A. Gang Wars” that documented the life of Malik Spellman as a violence prevention counsellor in South Central, Los Angeles. Ending the violence in his hometown is Ice-T’s goal as an influential figure.

Ice-T’s life is an inspiring story of not wasting an opportunity to turn one’s life around. As fellow American rapper 2 Chainz said “My whole story is just about me having a second chance.”

Most People Don't Have The Guts To Try This:

Lost Ways Of Survival Video

An amazing discovery in an abandoned house in Austin, Texas: A lost book of amazing survival knowledge, believed to have been long vanished to history, has been found in a dusty drawer in the house which belonged to a guy named Claude Davis.

Remember... back in those days, there was no electricity... no refrigerators... no law enforcement... and certainly no grocery store or supermarkets... Some of these exceptional skills are hundreds of years of old and they were learned the hard way by the early pioneers.

>> Click here to find out about them now

We've lost to history so much survival knowledge that we've become clueless compared to what our great grandfathers did or built on a daily basis to sustain their families.

Neighbors said that for the last couple of years Claude has tried to unearth and learn the forgotten ways of our great-grandparents and claimed to have found a secret of gargantuan proportions. A secret that he is about to reveal together with 3 old teachings that will change everything you think you know about preparedness:

>>> Click Here To Watch His Short Video <<<