Extremely Live is a live album by AmericanrapperRobert "Vanilla Ice" Van Winkle. Released in March 1991, it is the rapper's second major label release, after To the Extreme. The album contains material from Van Winkle's debut album, Hooked, as well as the new songs "Rollin' in my 5.0", "Road to My Riches", "Move" and "I Like It". Although the album peaked at #30 on the Billboard 200, it met with a fiercely malicious critical reception.
Critics annihilated the record. David Browne of Entertainment Weekly, in an intensely scathing review, gave the album a D, calling it "one of the most ridiculous albums ever released". Browne compared the album to The Best of Marcel Marceau, an album which consisted of two sides of silence opened by brief applause. According to Browne, Extremely Live "affords you the chance to hear inane stage patter [...] and unaccompanied drumming, during which, one assumes, Ice and his posse are onstage dancing." A remorseless Robert Christgau gave the album a dud rating, which signifies "a bad record whose details rarely merit further thought. At the upper level it may merely be overrated, disappointing, or dull. Down below it may be contemptible."Allmusic reviewer Steve Huey wrote that the album is "not so much awful as instantly forgettable".