“You aren’t perfect but I would never ask you to be. You and I work. We fit. And you’re still the coolest guy in the world to me still.” I always wanted to see the full video, Such a love that was PURE. Their love is beautiful, a love story that’ll always be in the books 🙏🏽 Individually beautiful and as a collective were even more beautiful. Their names together just hold so much power. #TMC 🏁
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Ice Cube Bootlegs & B-Sides was released 24 years ago.
Bootlegs & B-sides is a compilation studio album by American recording artist Ice Cube. It was released on November 22, 1994 via Priority Records.
Bootlegs & B-sides is a collection of b-sides and remixes compiled from various Ice Cube 12"s, originally recorded between 1992-1994. It includes the remix of the hit single "Check Yo Self", originally on The Predator album, and its b-side "24 Wit' An L". Production-wise, much of the album is very similar to the Lethal Injection album.
The compilation contains Cube's usual barrage of fiery social commentary, such as on the track "My Skin Is My Sin" where he raps: "See you devils are all the same/ You'll gun down a congregation in Jesus' name/ Using me as a scapegoat, well cracker don't sleep/ Far from a goat, more like a black sheep/ Lamb of God, and its odd/ That Allah is a man that don't need a tan". The oddly titled "D'Voidofpopniggafiedmegamix" (a title which is a reference to a character, Sir Nose D'Voidoffunk in a Parliament comic which appeared in their Funkentelechy Vs. the Placebo Syndrome album) is a mix of several tracks taken from Ice Cube's first four albums. The title could be considered a reference to D'voidoffunk from the P-Funk mythology.
Many of the song versions were later included on later remastered proper Ice Cube albums. .