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Ice Cube's Good Day Visualised

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Are you having a good day? We are. Rapper Ice Cube also had a good day once*, and wrote a hip-hop classic about it. We probably won't do that.

Los Angeles graphic designer Fernando Reza also had a good day when he decided to create this brilliant graphic, depicting all the activities that Ice Cube got up to in his song. Listen along with the youtube clip below and take a day in the life of a gangster rapper in South Central.

*apparently the day in question was January 20, 1992

(Image: Fernando Reza)

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