Body Count Releases Quarantine Video For Point The Finger Feat. Riley Gale

Body Count is Ice-T (vocals), Ernie C (guitar, backing vocals), Juan Garcia (guitar, backing vocals), Vincent Price (bass, backing vocals), Ill Will (drums), Sean E Sean (samples, backing vocals

Carnivore in March. But thanks to the pandemic they can’t tour like everyone else. Ice-T explains at the beginning of the video that he had everyone film themselves individually and all the clips were edited together. “Point The Finger” featuring Riley Gale of Power Trip is about cops who kill innocent people and get away with it. 

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Throwback: Ice-T-Colors

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Media Questions Of The Week

White people.. Don’t lose your Fn minds because I’ve never eaten a Bagle.. Take it easy…. lol

— ICE T (@FINALLEVEL) November 9, 2018

Body Count Confronts Police Brutality With Black Hoodie

[youtube id=”a_0xYamFYYI”] Body Count attacks police brutality with their “Black Hoodie” single. Ice-T and the band are filmed in a parking garage playing the song as the narrative of the unarmed Black man shot and killed by the police is enacted onscreen. The black hoodie is a reference to the one worn by Trayvon Martin and the general idea that all hoodie-wearers are criminals. Body Count’s Bloodlust comes out Friday.