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Sample: Black Sabbath “Black Sabbath” (1970) / Led Zeppelin “When the Levee Breaks” (1971)
Album: O.G. Original Gangster
Producer: DJ Aladdin/SLJ
Label: Sire/Reprise

Ice-T didn't just take up heavy metal overnight when he convened Body Count for the thrash outfit's self-titled 1992 debut (an album whose music was far overshadowed by the controversay that surrounded Ics's lyrics to "Cop Killer.") The future Fin Tutuola hinted at his coming musical transformation with several tracks on '91's O.G. Original Gangster, including "Body Count" (the first track to feature the musicians from said band) and "Midnight," one of the first (of many to come) rap tracks to properly hook up a sample of metal gods, Black Sabbath. And there went the neighborhood.