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Remastered and reissued a few weeks back. If you don't know about Company Flow, you better ask somebody.

Well I'm Eazy-E, I got bitches galore You may have a lot of bitches but I got much more Wit my super duper group coming out to shoot Eazy-E, muthafukas cold knocking the boots 'Cause I'm a hip

Well I'm Eazy-E, I got bitches galore

You may have a lot of bitches but I got much more

Wit my super duper group coming out to shoot

Eazy-E, muthafukas cold knocking the boots

'Cause I'm a hip-hop thugster, I used to be a mugster

If you heard Compton, you think I own a drugstore

Getting stupid because I know how

And if a sucker talks ****, I give him a (POW)

8 ball sipping, the bitches are flipping

Slow down, I hit a dipping, continue my tripping

Hitting my switches, collect from my bitches

The money that I make so I can add to my riches

Fill my stash box and start rubbing my gat

Feeling good as hell because my pockets are fat

A hardcore villian cold roaming the streets

And wit a homie like Dre just supplying the beats

Because I'm a gansta having fun

Never leave the pad without packing a gun

Hitting hard as fuk, I make you ask what was it

Boy you should have known by now, Eazy duz it

I was knocking muthafukas out

What's your name boy

Funky, fresh Eazy-E

Kick, kick that ****

Where you from fool, Compton, yea

Rolling through the hood, cold tearing **** up

Stick my head out the window and I say what's up

To the *****z on the corner cold bumping the box

But you know that's an alibi for slanging the rocks

A dice game started so I said what the fuk

So I put my **** in park and had to try my luck

Hard to roll wit my bitch jocking 24-7

Rolled them muthafukas, ate 'em up, hit 11

Got another point, I made a ten a fo'

Was taking *****z money and was itching for mo'

Laughing in their faces and said you're all making me rich

Then one punk got jealous, cold slap my bitch

He pulled out his gat, I knew he wouldn't last

So I said to myself, homeboy, you better think fast

He shot (gunshots), I shot (gunshots)

As you can see, I cold broke his ass (ha ha)

(Wait a minute, wait a minute, who does it)

Muthafuking Eazy duz it

But how does he do it

Eazy duz it do it eazy

That's what I'm doing


Man whatcha gonna do now

Now I'm a break it down just to tell a little story

Straight out the box from the gangsta category

About a sucker, a sucker muthafuka

He's addicted, he's a smoker but in Compton called a clucker

he used to have a house car and golden rings

But the cooky cooky crack took all those things

he must of been starving 'cause he broke in my house

Caught the ***** on the street and straight took his ass out

Now I wanted for a murder that I had to commit

Yea I went to jail but that wasn't ****

Got to the station about a quarter of nine

Call my bitch to get me out 'cause I was down for mine

The bitch was a trip cold hung up the phone

Now my only phone call was in the ganking zone

All the things I did for her like keeping her rich

I swear when I get out, I'm gonna kill the bitch

Well by now you should know it was just my luck

The baliff of the station was a neighborhood cluck

I looked him straight in the eye and said what's up

And said let's make a deal, you know I'll do you up

Now back on the streets and my records are clean

I creeped on my bitch wit my uzi machine

Went to the house and kicked down the do'

Unloaded like hell, cold smoked the ho

From around the way, born in '73

Harcore B-boy named Eazy-E

It's '88 now, '73's obselete

A ***** wit a serious ass attitude and 100% street

And if you all wanna hear some more

In one way or the other, I'm a bad brother

Word to the muthafuka

People listen to that sh*t? I've never heard of the guy - and may he rest in peace - but these lyrics are awful. Just awful.

Side note - I saw a friend (knew him since hs) die of AIDS. It wasn't pretty. I wouldn't wish that on anyone.

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From the lyrics posted, this looks to be a guy who hit, punched, popped, and pimped a lot of bithces, dudes, crackas, and the po-lice.

and with his music, he inspired many others to live down to those principles.

So...why are we hoping that his rest is "in peace"?

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R.I.P Eazy, haven't heard this song in a while


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People listen to that sh*t? I've never heard of the guy - and may he rest in peace - but these lyrics are awful. Just awful.

Side note - I saw a friend (knew him since hs) die of AIDS. It wasn't pretty. I wouldn't wish that on anyone.

blame The D.o.c. (Eazy's ghost writer for that album)

and it's a GREAT song, go to Youtube and type in "Eazy Does It"

Dre beats rule

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I'm pretty sure he was a bad person in real life. He's resting all right.

These threads help me find out who the ignorant people on here are.

The guy has been dead the past 14 years, and you feel the need to make this ignorant comment?

"I may not seem like a guy that you'd pick to preach a sermon, but I feel it's now time to 'testify' because I do have folks that care about me hearing all kinds of stories about what's up.

"Yeah, I was a brother on the streets of Compton doing a lot of things most people look down on, but it did pay off. Then, we started rapping about real stuff that shook up the LAPD and the F.B.I., but we got our message across big-time and everyone in America started paying attention to the boyz in the hood. Soon, our anger and hopes got everyone riled up.

"There were great rewards for me personally like fancy cars, gorgeous women and good livin'. Like real non-stop excitement. I'm not religious but wrong or right, that's me. I'm not saying this because I'm looking for a soft cushion wherever I'm heading, I just feel that I've got thousands and thousands of young fans that have to learn about what's real when it comes to AIDS. Like something good that will reach out to all my homeboys and their kin because I want to save their asses before it's too late. I'm not looking to blame anyone except myself. I've learned in the last week that this thing is real and it doesn't discriminate. It affects everyone.

"My girl, Tomika, and I have been together for four years, and we recently got married. She's good, she's kind and a wonderful mother. We have a little boy who's a year old. Before Tomika, I had other women. I have seven children by six different mothers. Maybe success was too good to me. I love all my kids. And I always took care of them.

"Now, I'm in the biggest fight of my life and it ain't easy. But I want to say much love to those who have been down with me and thanks for all your support."

-eazy e's death bed statement

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Feud Between Akon and Suge Triggered Robbery

Posted Mar 25th 2009 9:55AM by TMZ Staff

We've now spoken with one of the victims of the home invasion robbery early this morning -- a man who works for Detail, Akon's producer -- and he says Suge Knight and money are behind the incident.

Christopher Walker tells us at about 3:00 AM five men broke into his home with guns and said they were there to collect a debt on behalf of Suge Knight. They claimed Detail owed Suge money, and then proceeded to collect on the debt.

Walker says Detail was asleep in one of the bedrooms. The men entered the bedroom but did not get Detail out of bed. Instead, they stole $170,000 worth of jewelry from his room.

Walker adds they demanded a key to the safe and said they would kill all four people in the house if they didn't get it. The robbers didn't get the key -- instead, they took the 130 pound safe.

Walker says they also took stereo equipment and a key to a Mercedes. He claims the total heist was more than $200,000. A police source tells us it's more like $300,000.

Walker says the feud ignited in Arizona during NBA All-Star weekend when Suge got his face smashed in by two men who worked for Akon. Walker says that incident was over the same alleged debt that triggered this morning's home invasion.

Walker says the robbers put a gun to his head and forced him to the ground but he and the others were just scratched up. Walker's brother and a sound engineer were also in the house.


March 25, 2009. Remember when MediaTakeOut.com told you that a group of people associated with Akon knocked out Los Angeles rap mogul Marion "Suge" Knight in Arizona. Well it may just be a coincidence - but last night a group of goons ran up one of Akon's boy's crib.

MediaTakeOut.com has learned that last night, Detail, one Akon's employees - who was allegedly involved in the whole Suge Knight beatdown - had his home robbed at gunpoint.


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By Nolan Strong

Just months after being released from prison and and reuniting with Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, group member Flesh-N-Bone is back in prison for violating his probation.

Flesh, born Stanley Howse, was pulled over yesterday (April 2) in Canyon County, California, for driving with a defective brake light.

A search of his vehicle turned up unnamed narcotics and a firearm, in direct violation of his probation.

Flesh was released from prison in July of 2008, after serving over nine years in prison, which derailed his career as a member of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, a rap group that has sold over 30 million records.

He appeared on the group’s critically acclaimed 1994 debut Creepin on Ah Come Up and the follow up full length, E. 1999 Eternal, released in 1995.

Flesh released his debut solo album T.H.U.G.S.: Trues Humbly United Gatherin' Souls in 1996.

A year later, he was arrested when police raided his home and found a stolen gun and explosives.

In September of 1999, Flesh was finally sentenced to ten years for threatening a friend with an AK-47.

Flesh was released from prison on July 13, 2008, and has since reunited with Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.

“Words can't even begin to explain the feeling that I had after being locked down for damn near a decade,” Flesh told AllHipHop.com shortly after his release. “The best way for me to describe it is to tell you that it was like a rebirth, a second chance at a new life, and a relief. It was over the top. I'll never forget it. I thank God for giving me the immense blessing of the sense of complete freedom.”

Flesh-N-Bone is currently being held at the Santa Clarita jail and is not eligible for bond.


I don't care for the Bone thugs that much, but what a ****ing moron!

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Snoop dog 'S Wife Dead reported by T.M.Z

April 10, 2009. MediaTakeOut.com just received some startling news from TMZ.com. According to that site, Shante Broadus may have/ has passed away.

You can see the report below. MediaTakeOut.com has NOT been able to confirm whether Shante indeed has passed. Right now, we're going by the report by TMZ (a site that is owned by AOL and has a staff of reporters on hand).

MediaTakeOut.com has put in calls to a member of the family to confirm TMZ's report. So far we have not received a response.


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Sad if true, I didn't realize he had an actual wife. To be honest, I opened this thread mostly out of concern because I was under the belief that Snoop was married to weed.

lol he has 3 kids with the woman

although i could have sworm they were divorced, they must have reconciled after Snoop shot that porn movie LOL

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I had to shorten some less important stuff to fit the post, peep the full interview here: http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2009/04/tss-presents-smoking-sessions-with-crooked-i

TSS: So how many tracks into the album so far?

Crooked I: With Slaughterhouse? Basically man, we got a lot of tracks in. We just been leaking songs. I don’t know if we officially started an album. It’s like we just workin’.

TSS: Getting the chemistry down…

Crooked I: Yeah, just workin’ man and havin’ fun because that’s the thing about the business—the business is so shady sometimes that you can’t have fun anymore. And right now, we just find it fun to record records together. So we doin’ that right now. I think our first move might be an EP—just something for the collective, about 7 crazy joints, and working with producers who are actually producers. They gonna come in there and say, “Hold on, we gonna put the hook right here, we gonna do this right here.” I think the EP is really gonna set the standard—change the standard—of ’09 music.

TSS: What’s the standard right now?

Crooked I: If you ask me—what I hear on the radio, what I see on video—if I had to say out of the 100% of Hip-Hop that’s out there, I gotta say at least 87% is garbage. That’s not balance. We need balance restored to the game. Back in the day, it was like you had your steak, potatoes, green beans—you had everything you need. Now, it’s just like a bunch of sides—you ain’t got no main course no more. So we definitely trying to restore some sort of balance.

I’m not mad at rappers who make songs about dances. But the thing about it is back when Kid N’ Play did it, they actually knew how to rap, knowhatimsayin’? When Shock G. said, “Do The Humpty Hump,” it was funny—it was all fun and games—but Shock G. knew how to rap. It’s different now. People make up dance songs and they don’t how to rap.

It’s crazy, because more and more people are sinking. It’s like we not rapping no more. It’s like ever since Lil’ Wayne did “Lollipop,” which was a good song—huge success for him and I’m sure the bank account is on happy status right now—but since he did “Lollipop,” then T.I. came with “Whatever You Like” and Kanye came with 808’s, that’s three of the top emcees in the game right now—singing.

It’s not no knock towards them because they do what they do—I got respect for all three of those dudes—but I wanna hear them rap. As a fan, I don’t wanna hear them sing. So, I think what we gonna do is make people wanna jump back on that mic like, “Nah, **** that. Put a beat on, *****. I still know how to do this,” that type of ****.



TSS: As a youth, who did you debate about?

Crooked I: Rakim and Kool G. Rap all day. See, I got in this when I was 8 so I felt like a full-fledged Hip-Hop b-boy. At 9,10 or so I was listening, analyzing their lyrics way back then. Back then it was like “Rakim or Kool G?” or “Ice Cube or D.O.C.?” Then it became Pac or Biggie and Jay-Z or Nas. We would have them discussions all night and then somebody would throw Andr

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TSS: So what happened to Nino Bless then?

Crooked I: Well, really, when me, Royce, and Joey was talking about it, we was like, “Yo, Nino is ill, but he’s still building his story right now.” Like, all of us have been on major labels and had disappointments. Joey is one of the most exposed out of us all because he actually had a hit record. With Joell being on Aftermath and going through whatever he went through, it was like, “You know what, it makes more sense if we do it like this.” And then we have an open door policy with dudes that we’ll jump on their records and they can jump on our records, like Nino, or even a dude like Charles Hamilton. We just thought it’d be better to have like four more experienced dudes that got a lot to talk about when it comes to that type of thing.

TSS: How do you guys deal with you being out in L.A., Royce being in Detroit, Joey being in Jersey, and all of that?

Crooked I: Basically, we come together when our schedules allow it. I’m out here a lot. Me and Royce are out here a lot. Royce been catching some flight mileage, but I been catching them 6-hour flights. Man, I’m telling you, I’m like, “I can’t wait until they get off the plane and feel like I do.” We make it work, though, we make it work. So far, everything’s been unfolding in a way that’s like stars lining up. I’m with this 100%. If I gotta be in New York, if I gotta lay on somebody couch, I’m here. Let’s get it. And that’s everybody’s mentality.

TSS: Going back to what you said about being a b-boy, what’s the first album you ever bought?

Crooked I: Oooh, that’s a good one. That I paid for after I cut somebody’s yard, what is the first album I ever bought? I remember the first 12-inch I ever bought. “Eazy Duz It.” I’m young, me and my homeboys playing video games at the arcade, and we go across the street to the record store. I’m looking at this dude on the album cover. He got a jheri curl, some Jordans on, and I’m like, “Who is this dude?” That was the first—I remember walking home, carrying it under my arm, and putting it on, like, “Wow.” Because I knew Ice Cube was in a group called C.I.A. already before he was in N.W.A. I was up on Cube already but I wasn’t up on E like that. And then I was like, “Wow, this **** is dope.” And I knew Dr. Dre was doing his thing because I used to go watch Dr. Dre perform with three turntables when I was a kid. He used to hook up three turntables and just be spinnin’ at different spots so when I was a kid. I used to see that when he was part of the World Class Wreckin’ Cru. But yeah, that was probably the first 12-inch I bought. I think the first album I ever bought was Paid In Full. And that was probably like, what, ’88?

TSS: Maybe ’87.

Crooked I: Psh, damn I wasn’t supposed to be buying albums. But that album really opened my mind because he was saying some stuff that was so foreign to me, like, “What is this dude talking about? Now I gotta go read a Koran.” (Laughs). I’m that type of dude. I don’t like to not know what the hell somebody’s talking about. So yeah, Paid In Full. And that’s why I’m still like I am and it gets me in trouble sometimes because I be icin’ up with the jewelry and everything. But that’s what I grew up looking at—the cover of Paid In Full, with the Gucci leather and dookie ropes hanging everywhere. These are the dudes that I looked up to. The Big Daddy Kane’s and the Ice-T’s—with the bulletproof door on his Porsche and pistol medallion on the end of his gold rope. Blame them, don’t blame me for that. Yeah, Paid In Full. Man, that’s still a classic. Ain’t ****ing with Paid In Full

TSS: Did you do any writing on Detox?

Crooked I: You know, the thing about Detox is-on a sidebar, what’s going on with these leaks? (Laughs) I don’t know what the hell’s going on. Honestly, that’s the part of the game changing that I don’t think they was ready for, yanamean? It ain’t no more like getting on a CD-like we used to ride to “Gin & Juice” with no hook on it because we snuck it out the studio somehow. Ain’t no more of that, it’s right online. But the Detox project man, they called me to come over there to a few sessions. My whole thing is this: Everybody knows how I feel about Dr. Dre. I think he’s the best producer in Hip-Hop history and then comes my man right over here, [DJ Premier].

TSS: He here?

Crooked I: I don’t know if he’s here. That’s my opinion, though. I love him to death but I gotta stay moving. I can’t sit down for three months writing songs, not knowing if this song is gonna make it or just being around—not even if I’m not even writing, just being in a session—for three or four months while they’re creating something classic that’s gonna benefit them. I gotta be working on what I’m doing. And it’s a recession, too! ****, I can’t just be sitting in *****s’ studios, I gotta be grinding. That album…I heard some joints that’s retarded, I will say that. That’s just one of them albums that you gotta buy physically, crack it open, and read the credits. You see Dominick Whitcliffe on something, you know what it is (Laughs).


Glad to see Crooked speaking on what's what.

I can't wait for his Death Row record album's to leak, whether it's by release or somebody selling a bootleg online...ofcourse I still buy a CD if it's good so I'd prefer the first.

Glad to see Dr. Dre has some common sense to invite Crooked to the sessions since Crooked is better than any emcee on his roster (BTW Bishop Lamont just left Aftermath) but Crooked needs to be on the Detox or else it's not complete.

The formattion of Slaughterhosue is the best thing to happen to rap in years...how ironic is it that Crooked's homie Nino Bless was recording with Joe Budden, and that lead to them all forming a group. Thank god, because the 5 Slaugtherhouse songs that are leaked are amazing.

I know there's a lot of rap fans on here.


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dude's made tons of money from ghost-writing through the years, and does mad concerts. you need to realize that concerts are where most artists get the majority of their money. some artists have those lucrative record deals but these days CD sales are irrelevant.

so umm to answer your silly Q...yes.

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loud bass with someone speakin horrific 'poetry'..

its amazing what the public will buy..but to each his own

Not all rap has loud bass...

The only horrific 'poetry' is the thug life rap--although there are great lyrics in the underground and old school that serves a purpose.

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