Eazy-E real name Eric Lynn Wright was an American rapper, record producer, and entrepreneur. Dubbed the “Godfather of Gangsta Rap,” he gained prominence for his work with N.W.A, where he was credited with pushing the lyrical and visual content boundaries in popular mainstream music.Eazy-E PHOTO
Eazy-E was born in the year 1964 September 7th and died at the age of 30 years old that is in the year 1995 March 26th.
Eazy-E was born in Compton, California, a Los Angeles suburb notorious for gang activity and crime, to Richard and Kathie Wright on September 7, 1964. His father was a postman, and his mother was an administrator of the grade school. In the 10th grade, Wright dropped out of high school but later received a General Equivalency Diploma (GED) from high school.
Eazy-E primarily supported himself by selling drugs, introduced to the occupation by his cousin. His friend Jerry Heller admits he witnessed Wright selling marijuana but says he never saw him selling cocaine. As Heller noted in Ruthless’s book: A memoir, Wright’s label “dope dealer” was part of his “self-forged armour.”
Wright was labelled a “thug” as well. Heller explains: “The hood he grew up in was a dangerous place. He was a little guy. ‘ Thug ‘ was a role that was widely understood on the street; it gave you some level of protection in the sense that people were hesitating to fuck with you. Likewise, a role that gave you certain privileges and respect was ‘ dope dealer. ”
Wright met Tomica Woods at a Los Angeles nightclub in 1991 and they married in 1995, twelve days before his death. They had a son named Dominick and a daughter named Daijah (born six months after Wright’s death). After Wright’s death, Ruthless was taken over by his wife.
Wright was admitted with a violent cough to the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles on February 24, 1995. He was diagnosed with HIV / AIDS. In a public statement on March 16, 1995, he announced his illness. It is believed that Wright contracted the infection from a sexual partner.
He wrote a final message to his fans during the week of March 20, having already made corrections to Ice Cube. On March 26, 1995, Eazy-E died of AIDS complications one month after his diagnosis. He was 30 years old (most reports said he was 31 at the time because of the one-year falsification of his birth date).
1. Real Muthaphuckin G’s
3. We Want Eazy
4. Fuck Tha Police
5. Straight Outta Compton
6. Eazy-Es Said Than Dunn
7. Only If You Want It
8. Express Yourself
9. Gangsta Gangsta
10. Any Last Werdz
11. It’s On
13. I’d Rather Fuck You
14. Just tah Let U Know
15. Neighbourhood Sniper
16. Ole School Shit
18. No More ?’s
21. Wut Would You Do
22. Luv For Dem Gangsta’z
23. Creep n Crawl
24. Still Talkin’
25. Gimmie That Nutt
26. Still a Nigga
27. The Muthaphukkin Red
28. Nobody Move
29. 100 Miles and Running
30. Alwayz Into Somethin’
31. Down To The Last Roach
32. Sorry Lovie
1. “Cruisin down the street in my six-fo’ Jockin the bitches, slapping the hoes”
2. ‘Woke up quick at about noon Just thought that I had to be in Compton soon I gotta get drunk before the day begin”
3. “And you won’t see R.I.P., you’ll see P.N.D”
4. “The media says you have a right to know But they make you forget your right to live”
5. “What’s always been asked of me Is to reach a bit higher than I’m able to The standards of the world is becoming like Everest
The more I go towards the top, stress builds up like a mountain I know I can never rest”