Steady Mobbin' (Ice Cube song)

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"Steady Mobbin'" redirects here. For the Lil Wayne song, see Steady Mobbin' (2009 song).
"Steady Mobbin'"
Single by Ice Cube
from the album Death Certificate
Released August 9, 1991
Format CD single & 12" single
Recorded 1991
Genre Gangsta rap
Length 4:20
Label Priority
Writer(s) Jackson, O.
Producer(s) Boogieman, Ice Cube
Ice Cube singles chronology
"AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted"
"Steady Mobbin'"
"True to the Game"

"Steady Mobbin'" is the first single from rapper Ice Cube's second album Death Certificate. A music video for this was released and shows Ice Cube riding around south central LA in a lowrider meeting with various people. The song is light hearted and humorous compared to some of his more political songs. The music video for "Steady Mobbin'" was shown in the movie CB4.

The song was produced by Boogieman and was featured in Ice Cube's Greatest Hits.

His diss track, "No Vaseline" was the B-Side.

This would be the first time we would see Ice Cube without his jheri curl, as he cut hair short due to his conversion to Islam.