Ice-T, Chuck D & Grandmaster Caz To Perform At Sundance's Celebration Of Music In Film

A trio of OGs will help celebrate Ice-T's documentary on January 21.

Ice-T, Chuck D and Grandmaster Caz will be performing at the Sundance Institute's annual Celebration of Music in Film on January 21 in Park City, Utah.

Billboard.com reports that the trio will be performing in celebration of Ice-T's documentary "Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap," which features input from Afrika Bambaataa, Nas, Mos Def, Eminem, Chuck D, KRS-One, and others.

This will mark the first time that Hip Hop has been featured at the event.

"Over the years people wanted to perform so they'd try to get booked at parties, which are isolated events. It made more sense to have a central performance space," explained Sundance Film Music Program director Peter Golub.

The event has seen Lou Reed, Lyle Lovett, John Hiatt and Patti Smith headline in the past.

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2 Comments

  • Anonymous

    lol Ice-T the fake one. Used to make songs like copkiller and now playing a cop in tv series. and everybody is upset that rick ross is fake

    • Crow

      1)It's called growing up. No real adult hates the police. Who else do you call when shit his the fan? That's not fake to grow from your immature views. 2)Crooked/ Corrupt police who give a reason to hate do not = all police. Don't assume he meant all police all the time in every situation. 3) Acting is acting, or do you think Christian Bale really is Batman?

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