After dropping his long-awaited album, Everythangs Corrupt, last week, Ice Cube is taking time to promote his latest offering. Yesterday night (Dec. 10), the 49-year-old rapper stopped by The Late Late Show With James Corden to perform his new song "That New Funkadelic."

For his four-minute performance, Cube proves that he's no stranger when it comes to taking the stage. He raps his lyrics with ease while bopping his head to the beat. While onstage with Cube, the band and background singers join in on the fun and move their bodies accordingly. Cube's performance was such a success that host James Corden tweeted, "Thanks @icecube for bringing down the house tonight."

Elsewhere during the night, Cube, who plans to cop a Sports TV Network, spoke with James Corden about the time he wasn't allowed in to the listening party for N.W.A's first album. He explained that they couldn't get in because fellow bandmate Eazy-E was late.

"We couldn't get in, we were late because of Eazy," Cube admitted. "He always made us late. We show up and you had to have your Easter shoes. We ended up going to iHop and fussing and complaining about it. It was terrible."

Watch Ice Cube's funky performance of "That New Funkadelic" on The Late Late Show With James Corden below.

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