Ice-T was Jimmy Fallon’s guest last night on The Tonight Show and he lent his voice for a few classic cartoons.
It's a good thing that the veteran rapper/actor doesn't livestream his video game sessions, huh?
After his comments about recording a D&D audiobook, you may be under the impression that Ice-T thinks the venerable role-playing universe is whack. Nah, that'd be dead wrong. In fact, the rap legend says "that s**t sounds dope to me."
So rap legend-turned TV star Ice-T recently turned up for an audiobook gig, without being told what the book actually was. "They didn't tell me this was a motherfuckin' Dungeons & Dragons book".
Ice-T probably didn't like that last night's PS4 showcase in Late Night wasn't about Killzone: Shadow Fall and explosions, but rather the ever-so-charming Playroom demo software.
Everybody knows that rapper/actor/Coco-lover Ice-T is a vocal video game enthusiast, right? Checking in on the game series that he's shouted out over the last few years—Call of Duty, Medal of Honor, Gears of War—it's probably safe to say that Ice-T's a fan of shooters, especially competitive ones.
Like Gears of War on Facebook and the Ice-T voiced Aaron Griffin is yours to do with as you please in Gears of War 3 multiplayer. Use him!
Ice-T, rapper, actor, original gangster, Gears of War fan and occasional unboxer, directs his taking things out of boxes talents at the limited edition Gears of War 3 Xbox 360 and one "big-ass Lancer." Yeah. Real talk.
Renaissance man and Gears of War fan Ice-T will lend his acting and musical talents to Epic Games' new shooter, Gears of War 3. The rapper, actor and voice of Gears 3's Griffin has gotten the band (Body Count) back together for a special musical tribute, appropriately titled "The Gears of War."
Ice T and Body Count's Gears of War 3 music video "Horde 2.0: Five Against All" will premier tonight on G4's X-Play at 6:30 PM ET/PT.
As we all know by now, Ice-T voices a character in Gears of War 3. This minute-long montage of gameplay, courtesy of Gamespot, features him as "Aaron Griffin," and Ice-T's catch phrases over Griffin's attacks. Now we know why the actor/rapper was so fired up that he wrote this tribute to the game and performed it at…
This is Ice-T's Body Count. Performing at a Gears of War 3 party in LA earlier tonight. That's a match made in heaven if ever I've seen one.
Ice-T is a rapper, an actor and a huge gamer. The man loves Call of Duty, but he also knows that telling ladies your kill/death ratio probably isn't going to impress them.
When I was thirteen, Ice-T was the baddest dude on the planet, rapping about pushing dope and killing cops. There were no musicians who seemed as hard as him. The guy was scary. Now?
Body Count singer and star of Law & Order SVU, Ice-T, is one of the first to legitimately get his hands on a copy of Call of Duty: Black Ops. What does the rapper think of Black Ops' smell?
Actor/rapper Ice-T's right there with you. Of course this was pre-patch.... right? As seen on FINALLEVEL's Twitter.
Rapper and TV cop Ice-T is a man of strong opinions. He is also a man who loves him some video games. So what does he think of Medal of Honor's beta?
You may recall last April, Ice-T and Epic Games' Cliff Bleszinski discussed casting opportunities for Gears of War 3, before that game was even announced. Last night, Ice let slip that he has a speaking part, but quickly retracted it.
When rapper Ice-T plays Call of Duty multi-player, he's rollin', comin' through buildings, you gonna die. Oh really?
All in a day's work for the
CSI Law & Order: SVU star. As Jace Hall admires Coco's plastic attributes, Ice gets killed by friendly fire, beckons for a soft drink, and then discusses casting decisions with Cliff Bleszinski.