Universal's Straight Outta' Compton is one of the year's most successful movies, but it looks like all the praise wasn't enough to earn the film a 2015 Golden Globes nod. Ice Cube shares his reaction to the snub.

When the nominations for the 73rd edition of the award show were announced last Thursday, the critically acclaimed, box-office topping biopic about legendary rap group N.W.A. wasn't on the list -- getting passed over in the Best Picture, Comedy or Musical category in favor of The Big Short, Joy, The Martian, Spy, and Trainwreck.

At the Screen Actors Guild Award nominations one day earlier, Compton was a surprise pick in the best ensemble category, joining awards show frontrunners like Trumbo, Beasts of No Nation, Spotlight and the previously mentioned Big Short.

It seems odd that Compton found its way into the most prestigious category at the SAG's while failing to get recognized at the Globes, given the fact that the latter separates Dramas and Comedy/Musicals into two separate best picture categories, which should have -- theoretically -- increased Compton's odds at a nomination.

Regardless, it looks like real life N.W.A. member Ice Cube isn't too concerned about Compton's omission.

Speaking with TMZ, he said that he wasn't too concerned about awards, saying that the film has already gotten the attention of others.

"It's a great movie. For sure. But you know we're getting recognized on a whole lot of other levels, so everything from here on out is gravy," said the rapper and film producer.

To date, the movie has already grossed $200 million worldwide and holds the title of the highest grossing musical biopic of all-time according to boxofficemojo. It was the no.1 film in the US for three straight weeks during its summer release window.

On the critical side, it holds a solid 89% fresh rating on RottenTomatoes.