In the early 1980s, when hip-hop was cementing itself in the Black community, so was a devastating new drug and a police force that didn't know what to do with either.
He ain't riding along with them.
Rapper and movie star Ice Cube came out swinging in support of #BlackLivesMatter during his press junket for "Barbershop: The Next Cut." He said, "#BlackLivesMatter shows awareness.
Ice Cube said the group had earned their place in the Hall of Fame, just as the pioneers of jazz, blues, punk, rock and pop before them.
Officers say the music represented "an intentional act... to incite the crowd."