Lil Eazy-E tells AllHipHop, “To hear our father is being honored during the 50th anniversary of Hip-Hop, it’s a testament to his impact and legacy in the genre.”
The Hip-Hop icon also defends Drill Rap.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer also discusses playing a villain in his new movie.
Reporters point to songs like NWA as examples of rap songs that are more dangerous that the country singer’s song.
The song arrived on Ice Cube’s 1991 solo album Death Certificate—and was as vicious as they come.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer sits down with internet personality Logan Paul.
According to Daz Dillinger’s manager Bigg A, who helped put together the Lil Eazy-E collaborative project The Legacy, Eazy-E left plenty of music behind.
Compton’s Most Wanted rapper Tha Chill confirmed the news on Thursday (January 12) in a statement to AllHipHop.