In 1989, VANILLA ICE released his first album, “Hooked”, which featured a song called “Ice Ice Baby.” This resulted in his meteoric rise to worldwide fame. He became the first white rapper to top the pop charts. This smash hit featured the bass line from DAVID BOWIE and QUEEN’s hit, “Under Pressure.”

Before long, VANILLA ICE became a pop idol, and a TV / Motion Picture Star. It started with his cameo appearance in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II – 1991. That same year his second single, “Play that Funky Music,” reached number 4 on Billboard. After spending 16 weeks at the top of the charts, the album “To the Extreme” became one of the best selling albums in history.

His long successful career features 15 Albums, 33 Singles, 5 Special Guest Appearances, 486 Album Credits, 11 Television Shows / Series, and 7 Major Motion Picture.

Including the 2015 film “The Ridiculous 6” with ADAM SANDLER.

 

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