Ice-T has maintained a high film and TV profile over the last few years, and even though his foray into prime-time drama on "Players" didn't last more than one season, the rapper has stayed busy with roles in no less than six different films.Now the rapper is busy working on a pair of new albums. Aside from the "experimental" score he composed for the "Below Utopia" soundtrack -- which featured 13 untitled instrumental tracks, Ice-T hasn't released a proper studio album since 1996's "Return of the Real." "I just finished a new Ice-T album," the rapper told the MTV Radio Network, "which is my seventh album. I've already got six gold albums. The new one is called 'The Seventh Deadly Sin: Gangster Rap,' and it's a hardcore record and it's for people who want to hear some hard and intense beats." [28.8 RealAudio] "[I'm] also working on a new Body Count
album which is gonna either be called 'Facial Blank Shots,'"Ice-T continued, "and you can figure that one out -- or it'll be called 'Assisted Suicide'... and hopefully we'll be going on tour with Limp Bizkit." [28.8 RealAudio] No word yet on when Ice-T hopes to release either his own solo album or the new Body Count record, but we'll keep you posted. Meanwhile Ice has just signed on to appear in a new film, entitled "Point Doom" alongside comedian Andrew Dice Clay.