The Last Word: LL Cool J on What Rick Rubin Taught Him and Why He Won’t Apologize for ‘Accidental Racist’

The Last Word: LL Cool J on What Rick Rubin Taught Him and Why He Won’t Apologize for ‘Accidental Racist’
If you ask LL Cool J, there is no “worst part” of being successful. “I think the worst part of life would be not going after your dreams and living a life of quiet desperation,” he tells Rolling Stone.

The rapper, actor, and entrepreneur, born James Todd Smith, went after his dreams as a teenager when he convinced Rick Rubin to put out his first single, “I Need a Beat,” in 1984. He went on to become Def Jam’s first superstar solo artist and has scored a slew of gold
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