Eazy-E Ain’t Dead Enough
13 years ago. Doesn't seem that long ago. But it's seemed to slip all of our minds. I can't lie. I forgot too and its pretty sad we didn't see many if any mentions of this dude on the web today. Is that a sign that we've moved on or is it a sign that we've forgotten about the man? Either way, show some respect to Eric Wright. As founder of "the world's most dangerous group" his impact can be felt to this day as damn near every rapper from L.A. is somehow connected to the N.W.A. family tree. Love him or hate him, he's one of the reasons why this thing we call rap is as big as it is today.
R.I.P. Eric Wright