Doc Ice (UTFO/WHODINI)
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u.net interviews the legendary Doc Ice (UTFO/WHODINI) on the concept of Old school and then we began breaking it down on Doc Ice's new single 'Ghetto baby'
- IAM A BIG FAN OF DOCTOR ICE FROM UTFO I LOVE DOCTOR ICE I LIKE THIS DOCTOR
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- Happy Birthday, Doc!
- see artists like us MAKE rap a success...
- Doc Ice had a classic mc voice. Combine that with his rhyme skill and he
was something else at a time when hip-hop was fueled by talent not
- Respect this dude!!! His group is a legend and he is a legend!!! Do ya
history!! S/O UTFO!!!
- When you put it in a category you put a ceiling on how hi we can go as a
- I would love for him to rap with his brother Jalil from Whodini.
- I love this, Yes "Classical" music of the greatest hip hop era of all time
- Wisdom!!! I love it!! You go Doc
- I think a distinction needs to be made between songs that are old school vs
artist that are old school. I see nothing wrong with a song being called
old school if it's older than 10-15 years. But if an artist who started in
the 80's and early 90's is still currently making music then that artist
shouldn't be viewed as old school.
- When you put it in a category you put a ceiling on how hi we can go at a
- Respect That bless up
- CLASSIC INTERVIEW. DOC ICE DROPS KNOWLEDGE. THATS PEACE'D. RESPECT. @HCP520
ON TW IT AHR -HUMAN
- great interview DOC
- Very true Doc. Man I look at hiphop today and just shake my head. I
sometimes wonder if its because I am older that I see it as so horrible
right now. Since I work with youth, I get a chance to see first hand what
they are enthralled in and the intelligence level of those they
idolize...Its sad. I told one youth, when I was a kid, I never felt like I
was actually smarter than the guys I listened to. The person I was talking
to was 17 and we were seriously examining how todays stars, seem...
- "SEE ARTISTS LIKE US MY RAP A SUCCESS, I KNOW SOME RAPS ARE WACK BUT SOON
THEYLL PROGRESS" "YOU SHOULD BE NICE, TAKE GOOD ADVICE SINCERELY YOURS,
DOCTOR ICE" "I DID AND IVE DONE AND IM DOIN WHAT I DO AND IM DOIN IT JUST
FOR U, so KICK IT OFF NOW!!!!! like rain ima pour success is knockin at the
door so its time to get RAW!!!! HIP HOP.
- 2nd Continuation: --just being high and rapping. But I thank you Doc. You
made my childhood exciting, and me and my friends loved some UTFO! We all
nicknamed ourselves after those in your crew and I had your name of course!
lol...Your point on the term Old Skool, putting yall in a box makes so much
sense. Seems like hiphop nowadays (like the rest of society & marketing) is
so youth driven, and our youth is so unconscious that this is the results.
Sadly they dis what isn't young. But why is this?
- Continued: seem like ignorant zombies running around shamelessly promoting
drugs, or colorism within our own race. You've seen Wocka Flocka on 106 and
Park right? Thats just 1 example. Even the youth of today admit their
hiphop heroes are mindless drug users, but they happen to adore that. Back
when I listened to you as a kid, we dang near thought u were a real Doctor!
You guys were all articulate and spitting words or concepts in rhymes that
proved you had some knowledge beyond just being hig
- I just call it Hip Hop NOT rap but HIP HOP CULTURE no question PEACE ONE
- SUPER DOPE!
- IN BROOKLYN OUR DOCTORS ARE SCIENTISTS AND THEY CAN BE FOUND RIGHT IN YOUR
- I'm reminded of the lyric from king of rock: "it's all brand new, never
ever old school." Even then they were saying "Don't call us old school
motherfuckers." In rock they labeled the old stuff "classic rock" which
could be taken negatively, or positively depending on your perspective. But
now the term 'old school' is reemerging with a new, positive definition:
real. Recorded before the new school of fake-G wannabe biters. Looking
forward to your new stuff Doc.
- you come on tour and I will be right there in the front row.
- FINAL Continuation- Why is it that U2, Rolling Stones and Bruce Springsteen
and all of them still get the same or more respect NOW days, than our
hiphop pioneers? U think it has something to do with the time period hiphop
was formed? See the mentality, & value system of those who support U2 and
Rolling Stones (babyboomers), is way different from the Gen. Xers who for
some reason wasn't taught to continue supporting the pioneers of hiphop.
The mentality is very different Im noticing. ButThanx Doc