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Rapper Ice Cube Will Come To Salt Lake City For a Concert

S. F. Mori

He will perform at the Vivint Arena
Ice Cube(photo from Wikipedia)

The Rapper Ice Cube will perform in Salt Lake City for one evening on February 12, 2022. The show of the well-known rapper, actor, writer, and filmmaker will be held downtown at 7:30 pm at the Vivint Smart Home Arena located at 301 West South Temple.

Known professionally as Ice Cube, he was born as O'Shea Jackson Sr. on June 15, 1969, in Los Angeles, California.

He had lyrics on a 1988 N.W.A. album and did political rap solo albums in the 1990s. He has had an active film career as an actor since the early 1990s. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the N.W.A. in 2016. He received a Hollywood Walk of Fame Star in June 2017.

Ice Cube is thought of as one of the founding artists of gangsta rap. He is a member of N.W.A. and a solo artist. N.W.A. is one of the most famous rap groups in history.

He grew up in a poor area of Los Angeles. As a high school student, he saw his neighborhood become a place of drugs, guns, and violence. His parents helped him to not get into trouble in the bad neighborhood. He was sent to a good school in a better neighborhood as an older high school student. He saw then that more needed to be done to draw attention to the problems in the Black neighborhoods in California. It was a difficult place for teenagers.

Ice Cube has been touring with his shows. He will be or has been performing in Miami Beach, Syracuse, London, San Jose, Milwaukee, Louisville, and Portland in addition to his stop in Salt Lake City.

People interested in seeing Ice Cube perform live may check for tickets at Stubhub.

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