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Ice Cube waxes philosophical on LA architecture

December 8, 2011

So we all know Ice Cube the gangsta rap innovator, family movie impresario, and beer commercial pitchman. Howabout Ice Cube the architecture critic? Little known fact is that before he followed Eazy-E into the music biz, O’Shea Jackson was an architectural drafting student who studied a year in Phoenix. He didn’t let that knowledge go to waste however, in this video for Pacific Standard Time, an art exhibit celebrating the arts of Los Angeles, Ice Cube takes a look at the modernist Eames House, the home of the late but still-celebrated husband and wife designers Charles and Ray Eames. And of course, in the video he stretches out on an Eames Lounge Chair like a real OG.

Thanks to: HipHopDX

posted: December 8th, 2011, 2:04pm



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