The single "What Ya Wanna Do" is from Ice T's 1989 album titled "The Iceberg/Freedom of Speech" which tackles topics about censorship, freedom of speech, and metaphorical weapons. The song "What Ya Wanna Do" is one of Ice T's classic hype songs.
Ice-T is a rapper, songwriter, actor, and producer from New Jersey. After leaving the Army in the late 70s, he wanted to stay away from gang life and violence and instead make a name for himself as a DJ. However, while he was performing as a DJ at parties, he received more attention for his rapping. This led Ice-T to begin his career as an underground rapper. His 1987 debut album was reportedly the first hip-hop album to have an explicit content sticker on the front. He was incredibly successful as a rapper but also co-founded the heavy metal band Body Count, which he introduced on his 1991 rap album "O.G. Original Gangster." Over the course of his career, he has founded a record label (Rhyme $yndicate Records), been featured in multiple movies and TV shows, and has done voice acting for cartoons and even video games.