Rapper & Actor, Law & Order: SVU
Ice-T not only invented gangster rap, he has lived it. Ice-T is the original embodiment of LA hip-hop. Through his music, his book, The Ice Opinion, and his lecture tours of America’s prisons, high schools, and colleges (including Harvard, Berkeley, and Stanford), Ice-T has become an influential spokesman for America’s youth, regardless of color. He has been the keynote speaker at a number of Internet conventions including the 1999 College Music Journal Conference in New York, New York Music & Internet Expo in 2000, Rotterdam Film Festival in 2000, and Canadian Music Week in 2000. Read More >
The Art of Rap
"Ice-T was a great speaker and was well received by the students. We had over 600 students attend! He spoke for 1 hour and took time to answer almost everyone's questions. He is very inspiring and engaging. I would recommend him to other college campuses."
"He was awesome! I highly recommend him for any college campus. Smart, funny, engaging and thought-provoking. The interview format with a professor and the Q&A that followed were great. He took tons of photos with students. We don’t do much large-scale programming, but next time we do, you will be my first call."
“The Ice-T event went extremely well. He spoke for almost two hours in the end (with a question and answer period) and had everyone laughing and attentive the whole time. He's a great speaker with important things to say. It's not easy to keep a student audience of over 700 captivated but he did it no problem. He and Coco also took the time to sign autographs afterwards and the students were grateful for it!”