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#1 Posted on
Submitted for your approval - someone at the Torch transcribed Vanilla Cena's lyrics:

All right stop, collaborate and listen
Ice is back with a new proposition
your position is that of a failure
I'm a mail ya to Jamie Noble's trailer
then I dare ya'
to run around and cause a scare
and get people to shake so they can change their underwear
I'm on call it's my fault that you're under there
you wanna bear
have baldo shave his back hair
fast I gotta go it's been a blast
came out the locker room
stole Rey Misterio's mask
tried to get Taker's cast
but it was plastered on too tight
peace I gotta go I'm on the hot wire the mike





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#2 Posted on
YES. YES YES YES YES YES.



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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.95
That was a great bit for him. Showed some personality and cleverness. And a great wig. They need to keep it up.



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#4 Posted on
Something tells me that a multi-PPV Mattitude/Cena feud would be pretty damn entertaining.



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The real question is: Who wrote that rap for Cena? I refuse to believe that Heyman had the time to do it. Perhaps Bruce Pritchard penned it. It sounded like a Brian Gewirtz (sp?) ditty.

It was probably Triple H though.



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Maybe Cena wrote it... He might be an Ice fan...



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#7 Posted on

    Originally posted by Torchslasher
    The real question is: Who wrote that rap for Cena?


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#8 Posted on
That actually sounded like it might (might!) have been legitimatly freestyled. Since SmackDown! isn't live and all, it's a possibility.



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#9 Posted on
I remember on Confidential that Cena said he was a huge rap fan all his life.
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That would make sense then- and a true rap fan would LIKE Ice Ice Baby (Vanilla Ice was kind of dorky, but was an incredible talent. Shame he was WAY overplayed... that is what killed him!)



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"Ice Ice" wasn't a bad rap: the complete ripping off of "Pressure" by Queen/David Bowie probably helped killed him. notice: the entire baseline was played, not a sample. Also didn't help that Ice was a mere 2-hit wonder.



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#12 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.08
Now are you counting the Ninja Rap in those two hits?




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#13 Posted on
If I needed a reason to like Smackdown more, it was Vanilla Icena. Classic stuff, it was.



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#14 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.44

    Originally posted by deadbeater
    "Ice Ice" wasn't a bad rap: the complete ripping off of "Pressure" by Queen/David Bowie probably helped killed him. notice: the entire baseline was played, not a sample. Also didn't help that Ice was a mere 2-hit wonder.



I hated when MTV called Vanilla Ice a one-hit wonder. He didn't sell 13 millions albums on just that one song. Sure, that song accounted for most of it, but I would consider Play That Funky Music White Boy as the second Vanilla Ice hit.



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#15 Posted on
Done right, a wigger/Eminem/Vanilla Ice type character would be really good. However, I dunno if they can pull it off without it becoming offensive (see original Latino Heat, Booker T last year, Tajiri's heel turn, and more).
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Well, since rappers steal the bass lines from all kinds of songs nowadays... I see no problem with Ice, Ice Baby...
I do agree that a less-cheese Vanilla Ice/Eminem type wrestler would be awesome. But they need to learn a lesson from K-Krush and NOT have him rap...

(edited by Pool-Boy on 1.11.02 1545)


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The reason he is a tool is because he says he didn't steal the bass line. I don't mind sampling but give credit to what you use. I saw him on some interview where he tried to explain the difference.

He was like "No their song goes boom boom boom ba ba boom boom. Mine goes boom boom boom ba DA boom boom. See?"

It's a shame that Jam Master J gets shot and this hack still breathes air. I saw him playing at a local bar once (no cover) and had a great time getting drunk and heckling him.

(edited by Jackson on 1.11.02 1800)


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#18 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.44

    Originally posted by Torchslasher

      Originally posted by deadbeater
      "Ice Ice" wasn't a bad rap: the complete ripping off of "Pressure" by Queen/David Bowie probably helped killed him. notice: the entire baseline was played, not a sample. Also didn't help that Ice was a mere 2-hit wonder.



    I hated when MTV called Vanilla Ice a one-hit wonder. He didn't sell 13 millions albums on just that one song. Sure, that song accounted for most of it, but I would consider Play That Funky Music White Boy as the second Vanilla Ice hit.


Boy, it's good to know that Vanilla was being original, what with one song taking the base, and another with him taking the entire song, without crediting either one.



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