Eazy-E
R.I.P. September 7, 1963 – March 26, 1995

Eric “Eazy-E” Wright passed away 12 years ago after succumbing to the AIDS virus. His legacy and influence, however, is still felt today. As one of the founding members of N.W.A, Eazy was one of the pioneers of gangsta rap. Through his work with N.W.A and his solo material, Eazy introduced the entire world to struggles minorities in Los Angeles faced everyday. His blueprint is still utilized by almost every gangsta rap artist today. XXLMag.com pays tribute to a hip-hop legend on the 12th anniversary of his death by sharing some of Eazy’s finest videos and songs from his career. "We ...

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Whatever, whatever

The Toronto Star ran an interview with Joss Stone yesterday in which she responded to producer Dallas Austin’s nonsense about both her and Christina Aguilera ...

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