Ice Cube Says Music Labels Encourage Crime Through “Social Engineering”


Ice Cube says that music labels use “social engineering” to additional encourage felony habits. The legendary N.W.A. rapper mentioned the concept whereas talking with Bill Maher for his Club Random podcast. Cube suggested listeners to “follow the money” and identified that some homeowners of document labels additionally personal prisons.

“Who benefits and profits off our bickering and division?” Ice Cube requested whereas discussing petty societal debates and division. “Follow the money.” From there, he admitted: “I don’t know their names Bill, but if you follow the money, you go high enough, you start to see.”

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ONTARIO, CALIFORNIA – NOVEMBER 19: Rapper Ice Cube, founding member of Westside Connection and N.W.A, performs onstage through the High Hopes Concert Series produced by Bobby Dee Presents at Toyota Arena on November 19, 2022 in Ontario, California. (Photo by Scott Dudelson/Getty Images)

Cube then used the document business as a “broad example of how people at the top can manipulate what’s going on with the people who are bickering and fighting.” He claimed that the “same people who own the [record labels] own the prisons,” whereas noting that “it seems really kind of suspicious, if you want to say that word, that the records that come out are really geared to push people towards that prison industry.”

Speaking with Bill Maher is simply the most recent of a number of public appearances Ice Cube has made in current days to advertise his BIG 3 basketball league. In one other interview with The Breakfast Club, Cube claimed that he believes within the existence of the Illuminati. “I don’t know one, none of them, none of them tell me ‘Hey, I’m Illuminati,” Ice Cube stated. “I don’t participate in none of that, so, I don’t know about it. Seem like its there, but who knows?”

Ice Cube Discusses Labels With Bill Maher

Elsewhere within the interview, Cube spoke about his lyricism, elevating youngsters, nepo infants, and whether or not the state of policing in America has improved in his lifetime. Check out the complete dialogue above.

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