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Ice T inspired me in a different way. While I've always admired his talents as a solo rapper, it was seeing him perform with his metal band in that had a real life changing effect on me as an artist. Needless to say, this didn't exactly sit well with Jerry Heller, or Eazy who had a different vision for my career but once I had made up my mind, there was no turning back and the change happened very fast. Looking back, today, I believe if I had turned in my album as planned, I may have had a bigger career as a rapper and possibly been the first white female to break worldwide but who knows where that would have left me in the end?

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On June 24,the Roots debuted the first single and title track from the album live on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. The song features longtime Roots collaborator Dice Raw. The Moviecredited to Betty Wright and the Roots. Undun tells the story of their semi-fictional character, Redford Stephens, who struggles unsuccessfully to avoid a life of crime and fast money. The album's name is inspired by The Guess Who 's song "undun", and the character was named after the Sufjan Stevens song "Redford". The first single, "When the People Cheer", was released on April 7, Black Thought described the album as a satirical look at violence in hip-hop and American society overall. In Octoberthe group announced their 17th studio album, End Game.

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