Ice Cube pursued architectural drafting at the Phoenix Institute of Technology before diving into music.
At the age of 16, Ice Cube wrote his first rap song, "Boyz-n-the-Hood," which would later become a signature track for N.W.A.
Ice Cube made his directorial debut with the film "The Players Club" (1998) which he also wrote and produced it.
Ice Cube has found success in comedy, collaborating with actor Kevin Hart in films like "Ride Along" (2014) and its sequels.
Ice Cube is a fan of ice hockey and is known to support the Los Angeles Kings and has been spotted attending their games.
Ice Cube's love for basketball led him to found the BIG3, a professional 3-on-3 basketball league featuring former NBA players, where he serves as chairman.
Ice Cube is related to the legendary musician and rock 'n' roll pioneer Chuck Berry.
Ice Cube delved into politics in 2020, collaborating with both the Democratic and Republican parties to develop the Contract with Black America.
Ice Cube has ventured into various business endeavors, including co-founding the clothing brand Solo by Cube and investing in real estate.
Time magazine recognized Ice Cube's cultural impact and named him one of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2019.