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Eazy-E - Real Muthap*kkin G's music video feat. Dresta and B.G. Knocc Out. (4K) 🔉 Hear the greatest hits of Eazy-E: 🤍 This track peaked at #42 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart, becoming Eazy-E's highest charting single as a solo artist. The track debuts brothers B.G. Knocc Out and Dresta, protégés of Eazy-E. Lyrics: [Intro] Comp-ton Comp-ton Comp-ton Real mphu*in G's... Real mphu*in G's... Real mphu*in G's... [Eazy-E] Hey Yo doctor, here's another proper track And it's phat, watch the sniper, time to pay the piper And let that real s* provoke, see you's a wannabe 'loc And you'll get smoked and I hope that your fans understand When you talk about spraying me, the same records that you makin' is paying me M*f* Dre M*f* Snoop M*f* Death Row Yo, and here comes my left blow 'cause I'm the E-A-Z-Y-E, and this is the season To let the Real mphu*in G's in, you're like a kid You found a pup and now you're dapper, But tell me where the f* you found an anorexic rapper? Talking 'bout who you gon' squabble with and who you shoot You're only 60 pounds when you're wet and wearing boots Damn E, they tried to fade you on Dre Day But Dre Day only meant Eazy's payday All of a sudden Dr. Dre is a G thing, But on his old album covers he was a she thing So n please, n please don't step to these mphu*in' real G's Stop him in his tracks, show him that I am ruthless Yo, Dre, what's up? Boy you should've known by now Stop him in his tracks, show him that I am ruthless Yo, Dre, what's up? Boy you should've known by now [Dresta] Every day it's a new rapper, claiming to be dapper than the Dresta, Softer then a b but portray the role of gangster, Ain't broke a law in your life, yet every time you rap You yap about the guns and knife, just take a good look At the n, and you'll capture the fact, That the b is simply just an actor, Who mastered the bang and the slang and the Mental, Of n* in Compton, Watts, and South Central Never ever once have you ran with the turf, But yet in every verse you claim you used to do the dirt, But tell me who's a witness to your f*ing work, So you never handle business, So save the drama j*, n* straight kill me knowing that they pranksters, This is going out to you studio gangsters, See I did dirt, put in work, and many n* can vouch that, So since I got stripes I got the right to rap about that, But n* like you I gotta hate you, 'cause I'm just tired of suburbia n* Talking about they come from projects Knowing you ain't seen the parts of the streets G Think you started tryna bang around the time of the peace treaty Wearing khakis and mob while you rhyme, little f tried to sag, But you're flooding at the same time, And your set don't accept you, scared to kick it with your homies 'cause you know they don't respect you, So n please check nuts before you step to these, mphu*in real G's [B.G. Knocc Out] Well, it's the Knocc Out, definition original baby gangster Approach me like you hard, mphu*er I'mma bank you Shank you, with my f*ing shank, if I have to Dr. Dre and Snoop Doggy Dogg are f*ing actors Pranksters, studio gangsters, busters But this time you're dealing with some real mphu*ers G's, n please, don't try to step Because if you do, and I peeled cap is all that would be left See, young n* like me will break you off something, Claiming my city, but, Dre, you ain't from Compton n* like you all is what I call wannabes And ain't s* compared to real mphu*in' G's Stop him in his tracks, show him that I am ruthless Yo, Dre, what's up? Boy, you should've known by now [Eazy-E] I never met an OG who never did s* wrong You tried to diss the Eazy-E so now, n, it's on you and your Doggy Dogg, Think that you all hoggin' s* Both of you b can come and suck my Doggy d* Beating up a b don't make you s*, But then again some n* think it makes a man, Damn it's a trip How a n could switch so quick from wearing lipstick To smoking on Chronic at picnics, and now you think you're bigger But to me you ain't nothing but a b-s n That ain't worth a food stamp, and at Death Row, I hear you're getting treated like boot camp Gotta follow your sergeant's directions, or get your a Popped with this Smith and Wesson, Learn a lesson from the Eaz' Stay in your place and don't step to Real mphu*in G's Stop him in his tracks, show him that I am ruthless! Yo, Dre Boy you should have known by now.. Stop him in his tracks, show him that I am ruthless! Yo, Dre Boy you should have known by now... Stop him in his tracks, show him that I am ruthless! Yo, Dre Boy you should have known by now, Eazy does it. Follow Eazy-E: facebook.com/EazyEMusic open.spotify.com/artist/7B4hKK0S9QYnaoqa9OuwgX music.apple.com/us/artist/eazy-e/14852588 (C) 1993 Ruthless / Relativity #EazyE
This is a Music Video I Made For The Eazy E Song: Boyz -n- the Hood Support the Content via Cash App or Paypal: 🤍 🤍 "Boyz-n-the-Hood" is the solo debut single by Eazy-E as a part of N.W.A. The song was originally on N.W.A. and the Posse, which started with the phrase: "Cruisin' down the street in my '64". Ruthless Records executive Jerry Heller considers the song to be a mix of Gil Scott-Heron, The Last Poets, the Rolling Stones, and the Black Panthers. This samples "I'm a Ho" by Whodini and vocal samples from, "Hold It, Now Hit It" by Beastie Boys as well as "Mr. Big Stuff" by Jean Knight. It was remixed and featured on Eazy's debut album Eazy-Duz-It, which was released in 1988. It was remixed again and was featured on Eazy-E's third album, It's On (Dr. Dre) 187um Killa (1993) under the name "Boyz-n-the-Hood (G-Mix)". R.I.P. Eazy REAL HIP HOP!!!!
REMASTERED IN HD! Official Music Video for Only If You Want It performed by Eazy-E. #EazyE #OnlyIfYouWantIt #Remastered
SONG Eminem - Without Me ft. Eazy E Remix LYRICS we need a little controversy cause it feels so empty without me 1 2 3 and to the 4 Eazy muthafkin' E with the chrome to your dome Cruisin' in my 6-4 rag top I got a lot of juice, a lot of fkin' block
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Eazy-E’s Son Revealing His Father’s Last Words Change EVERYTHING “I started doing AIDS awareness work,” Wright told The Recollectors. “I went out and tested with individuals and campaigned for people to go get checked, talked about what it meant and how it affected me, how it’s important to the community.” When asked about Straight Outta Compton, which chronicled Eazy-E’s rise to fame with the rap group N.W.A, Wright had good things to say. “It brings him to life again, in a positive light,” he said “He’s being homaged and recognized for how iconic he was for the entire music industry.” 💜 If you enjoyed this video make sure to leave a like and a comment telling us what you thougt! Disclaimer: Content might be gossip, rumors, exaggerated or indirectly besides the truth. Viewer advised to do own research before forming their opinion. Content might be opinionated or fiction. #EazyE #LastWords #SugeKnight #InsideTheIndustry
00:00 exxtra special thankz 01:06 ole school shit 05:04 it's on 09:39 creep n crawl 13:48 any last werdz 18:56 luv 4 dem gangstaz 23:26 sippin on a 40 27:53 still a nigga 32:02 just tah let u know 35:58 boyz n the hood g mix 41:32 foe tha love of money 46:03 real muthaphuckkin g's 51:23 back 2 da og 55:14 gimmie dat nutt 58:10 gangsta beat 4 tha street 01:01:57 tha muthaphuckkin real 01:06:08 eastside drama 01:11:23 niggaz and jewz 01:15:00 house party 01:17:54 sleepwalkers 01:21:19 wut would u do 01:27:11 mr bill collector 01:31:47 down 2 tha last roach 01:39:37 eternal e
Contains every song from Str8 of tha streets of Muthaphuckin Compton Full album in order and in high qaulity
YO HAPPY NEW YEAR YALL !!! Lets start this year wit Eazy E mix and ofc many other as :2pac ,Biggie,The Game,Ice Cube,Method Man,Tech N9ne , Gangsta Dresta, YG, Schoolboy Q,Dirty Red. If you guys like shit that im doing subscribe,like, share and comment all that good sheet that help me grow this channel and also if you want to see more content consider supporting me one patron :🤍 #eazye Timestamps: 0:00 Eazy-E & 2Pac - Legends 2:30 Eazy E, Gangsta Dresta - Sippin on a 40 4:27 Eazy-E ft. 2Pac - Talking 7:19 Eazy-E & 2Pac - So Many Lives 10:58 Eazy-E & Ice Cube ft. 2Pac - Neighborhood Thugs 14:50 Eazy E - Diss Deathrow 19:34 2Pac Ft. Eazy E - Comeback 22:54 Eazy E - It's On 26:56 Eazy-E ft. 2Pac, The Game - How We Do 31:06 Eazy E ,2Pac,Biggie,The Game & Ice Cube - Gangster Beat 4 The Street 34:11 2Pac ft. Eazy E & Ice Cube - Scream Thug Life 39:05 2Pac feat. Eazy-E - Real Thugs 41:55 2pac, Tech N9ne & Eazy E - Warrior 44:40 Eazy-E & Dirty Red - Wut Would You Do 48:18 Eazy E - Switchez 51:51 2Pac Feat.Eazy E -Gangsta Gangsta 54:00 2Pac, Ice Cube, Eazy E & N.W.A - Straight Outta West Side (ft. YG, Schoolboy Q) 58:58 2Pac & Eazy-E - Still Dre 1:02:41 2Pac & Eazy-E - Thug Style 1:05:50 Eazy-E ft. 2Pac- Dangerous 1:10:23 2pac, Biggie, Eazy E & Big Pun - Throw Up Ya Gunz 1:15:38 Eazy-E - Death Row Killa 1:18:32 2Pac ft. Method Man & Ice Cube ft. Eazy E- Thug Nation 1:24:49 Eazy E ft. The Game - Still Cruising 1:27:53 Biggie ft. Eazy-E & 2Pac - Write This Down 1:32:18 Eazy-E - Still Gansta Links to channels of artists: DJ Gan'S: Eazy-E ft. 2Pac - Talking Eazy-E & Ice Cube ft. 2Pac - Neighborhood Thugs Eazy-E - Still Gansta Eazy-E & 2Pac - So Many Lives Eazy-E ft. 2Pac- Dangerous Biggie ft. Eazy-E & 2Pac - Write This Down link:🤍 Thug Theory: 2Pac ft. Method Man & Ice Cube ft. Eazy E- Thug Nation 2Pac, Ice Cube, Eazy E & N.W.A - Straight Outta West Side (ft. YG, Schoolboy Q) 2Pac - Scream Thug Life (ft. Eazy E & Ice Cube) link:🤍 DJ Skandalous: Eazy-E, 2Pac, Ice Cube - Real Thugs link:🤍 Real Rap Legacy: 2Pac Ft. Eazy E - Comeback link:🤍 DJ Sa Mu: Eazy-E & 2Pac - Legends Eazy-E & Dirty Red - Wut Would You Do Eazy-E - Death Row Killa link:🤍 Odeonremix: Eazy E - It's On link:🤍 NozzyE: Eazy E - Switchez link:🤍 InlockBeatz: 2Pac & Eazy-E - Thug Style link:🤍 Ojay Hutach: Eazy E, Gangsta Dresta - Sippin on a 40 link:🤍 PSYCHO CHANNEL: Eazy E - Diss Deathrow link:🤍 zezvaz1: Eazy-E ft. 2Pac, The Game - How We Do link:🤍 DirtyDDO: 2Pac Feat.Eazy E -Gangsta Gangsta link:🤍 Kemppa14: Eazy E ft. The Game - Still Cruising liink:🤍 ManjeetSingh: Eazy E ,2Pac,Biggie,The Game & Ice Cube - Gangster Beat 4 The Street link:🤍 GANGSTER GANG: 2Pac & Eazy-E - Still Dre link:🤍 afgmonster: 2pac, Biggie, Eazy E & Big Pun- Throw Up Ya Gunz link:🤍 If im wrong with something or you want your conntent removed conntact me.
E.a.z.y E Greatest Hits ~ Top 100 Artists To Listen in 2023 [00:00:00] - 01. E̲̲̲a̲̲zy-du̲̲z-i̲̲t [00:04:19] - 02. O̲̲̲nly I̲̲̲f Y̲o̲̲u̲̲ W̲a̲̲nt I̲̲̲t [00:07:27] - 03. R̲e̲̲a̲̲l M̲u̲̲tha̲̲phu̲̲ckki̲̲n G̲'s [00:12:59] - 04. C̲re̲̲e̲̲p N̲ C̲ra̲̲wl [00:17:10] - 05. E̲̲̲a̲̲zy-du̲̲z-i̲̲t [00:21:29] - 06. O̲̲̲nly I̲̲̲f Y̲o̲̲u̲̲ W̲a̲̲nt I̲̲̲t [00:24:37] - 07. R̲e̲̲a̲̲l M̲u̲̲tha̲̲phu̲̲ckki̲̲n G̲'s [00:30:09] - 08. C̲re̲̲e̲̲p N̲ C̲ra̲̲wl [00:34:20] - 09. A̲̲̲lo̲̲xne̲̲ [00:37:51] - 10. C̲re̲̲e̲̲p N̲ C̲ra̲̲wl #EazyE #topsongs #topartists #greatesthits Tags: greatest hits, playlist, best songs, album, top songs, top artist, 2023
A hiphop történelem által első OG West Coast rapperként számon tartott Eazy-E legendás története a kezdetektől, az NWA-en és solo karrieren keresztül, a szomorú befejezésig.🙏 DISCORD SZERVER: 🤍 További tartalmakért kövess: instagram: 🤍 személyes instám: 🤍 Vlog csatorna: 🤍 Tiktok: 🤍 Discord szerver: 🤍 email (üzleti): sticky.blzs🤍gmail.com beat prod by Young Asko #eazye #nwa #sticky #icecube #drdre #oldschool #rap #rapper #viral #magyar #westcoast #compton
From 1988 Album: "Eazy-Duz-It"..... Eazy-E Tribute Myspace: 🤍 Get Eazy-E's Music: 🤍 & 🤍 Eric Lynn Wright (September 7, 1963 March 26, 1995) R.I.P., better known by the stage name Eazy-E, was an American rapper, producer, and record executive from Compton, California. Eazy-E was a Kelly Park Compton Crip during his teen years, and he openly associated himself with other Crips. He sold drugs during his early teen years and then invested the money he made into a hip hop enterprise. He is widely regarded as one of the founders of the gangsta rap subgenre and initially rose to fame as the founder and member of the group N.W.A, but later achieved critical and commercial success as a solo artist. Eazy-E's vocal style was marked by his youthful, high-pitched voice and his lyrics focusing on the elements of urban street life such as guns, drugs, relations between residents and the police, and sexual activity. He had also for some time hosted a hip-hop radio show on Los Angeles-based radio station KKBT. Eric Wright, the son of Richard and Kathie Wright, dropped out of high school in the tenth grade and supported himself by selling drugs, later receiving a high school equivalency diploma. He used the profits from his drug sales to establish Ruthless Records. When Ruthless signees Dr. Dre and Ice Cube wrote "Boyz-n-the-Hood", Ahmed Saaoud and Eazy E formed the group N.W.A with Dr. Dre and Ice Cube. Later, DJ Yella and Arabian Prince were added. In this period, Ruthless Records released the compilation N.W.A and the Posse (1987), N.W.A's proper debut Straight Outta Compton (1988), and one month later, Eazy-E's solo album, Eazy-Duz-It. The album sold two million copies, certifying it as a double platinum album, and spawned the hit singles "We Want Eazy" and "Eazy-Er Said Than Dunn" (a remix of "Boyz-n-the-Hood" was also included). The album was produced by Dr. Dre and DJ Yella and largely written by Ice Cube, with contributions from MC Ren and The D.O.C.. On the final N.W.A album, Niggaz4Life (1991), some of the lyrics provoked outrage from many liberals and conservatives alike. Eazy-E included pistols and shotguns in videos for both "Alwayz into Somethin'" and "Appetite for Destruction". Disputes about money caused the group to break up. It was thought that Eazy-E and Jerry Heller were stealing money from the group. Ice Cube is believed to have left N.W.A for this reason, which he later referenced in his diss song, "No Vaseline". Subsequently, Eazy-E and Dr. Dre started feuding - a feud that grew to embroil most of Ruthless Records and Dr. Dre's new label, Death Row Records with Merrill. Eazy-E released It's On (Dr. Dre) 187um Killa and a posthumous album Str8 off tha Streetz of Muthaphukkin Compton which both went multi-platinum. Eazy-E accepted an invitation to a lunch benefiting the Republican Senatorial Inner Circle, hosted by then-President George H. W. Bush in March 1991. A spokesman for the rapper claimed that Eazy-E supported Bush for overseeing Operation Desert Storm. At the start of Dr. Dre's defection from Ruthless Records, executives Mike Klein and Jerry Heller sought assistance from the Jewish Defense League (JDL). Klein, former Ruthless Records director of business affairs said this provided Ruthless Records with muscle to enter into negotiations with Death Row Records over Dr. Dre's departure. While Suge Knight violently sought an outright release from Ruthless Records for Dr. Dre, the JDL and Ruthless Records management were able to sit down with Death Row and negotiate a release in which the record label would continue to receive money and publishing rights from future Dr. Dre projects. It was under these terms that Dr. Dre left Ruthless Records and formed Death Row with Suge Knight. The FBI launched a money laundering investigation, assuming that the JDL was extorting money from Ruthless Records to fight their extremist causes. This led to JDL spokesperson Irv Rubin issuing a press release stating "There was nothing but a close, tight relationship" between Eazy-E and the organization. In March 1995, Eazy-E checked himself into Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles with what he believed at the time was chronic asthma. Following comprehensive tests, it was discovered that he was suffering from AIDS, and his condition deteriorated rapidly. During the week of March 20, already having made amends with Dr. Dre and Ice Cube, Eazy-E drafted what would be his last message to his fans. On March 26, 1995, ten days after being admitted into the hospital, Eazy-E died at the age of 31. He was buried at Rose Hills Memorial Park in Whittier, California. Extended & updated info here: 🤍
Eazy-E Son Reveals His Father's Last Words SECONDS Before His Death. The legal saga began in August 2017, when Woods-Wright's company, Comptown Records, filed suit, alleging that Ruthless Records Inc., the website of Wright and his associate, creates "the impression that their company N-W-A-L-L-C is the ultimate owner of Ruthless' trade names and marks. Defendants stated: 'Ruthless Records Inc. is an exclusive branding and marketing agency for NWA Entertainment and signed artists under NWA Entertainment." Comptown alleged that those assertions are "intentionally false and misleading." 💜 If you enjoyed this video make sure to leave a like and a comment telling us what you thougt! Disclaimer: Content might be gossip, rumors, exaggerated or indirectly besides the truth. Viewer advised to do own research before forming their opinion. Content might be opinionated or fiction. #EazyE #Last Words #SonRevelation #MusicEmpire
Eazy-E - Eazy-Duz-It [Remastered Edition]  [Full Album] (FLAC) [4K] TrackList 01. (Prelude) Still Talkin' 00:00 - 03:46 02. Nobody Move 03:47 - 08:32 03. Ruthless Villain [Feat. MC Ren] 08:33 - 11:29 04. 2 Hard Mutha's [Feat. MC Ren] 11:30 - 15:54 05. Boyz-N-The-Hood [Remix] [Feat. Dr. Dre & Ice Cube] 15:55 - 22:13 06. Eazy-Duz-It 22:14 - 26:31 07. We Want Eazy [Feat. Dr. Dre, Ice Cube & MC Ren] 26:32 - 31:31 08. Eazy-er Said Than Dunn 31:32 - 35:11 09. Radio 35:12 - 40:08 10. No More ?'s 40:09 - 44:01 11. I'mma Break It Down 44:02 - 47:28 12. Eazy - Chapter 8 Verse 10 47:29 - 49:37 13. We Want Eazy (Remix) [Feat. MC Ren] 49:38 - 56:15 14. Still Talkin' (Remix) 56:16 - 1:01:39 15. Boyz-N-The-Hood 1:01:40 - 1:07:19 Donations🤗👇 🤍 Eazy-Duz-It is the debut studio album by American rapper Eazy-E. It was released on November 23, 1988, by Ruthless Records and Priority Records. The album charted on two different charts and went 2× Platinum in the United States despite very little promotion by radio and television. Three singles were released from the album, each charting in the US. The remastered version contains tracks from the extended play (EP), 5150: Home 4 tha Sick (1992). The 25th anniversary (2013) contains two bonus tracks, a 12" remixes of "We Want Eazy" and "Still Talkin'". Eazy-Duz-It is the only full-length solo album Eazy-E released in his lifetime; for the remaining seven years of his life, he would continue recording with N.W.A until their break up in 1991, release two solo EPs and continue running his label Ruthless. His second and last solo album, Str8 off tha Streetz of Muthaphukkin Compton (1996), was not released until roughly a year after his death. Eazy-Duz-It was recorded at Audio Achievements in Torrance, California in 1988. Marcus Reeves, author of Somebody Scream!: Rap Music's Rise to Prominence in the Aftershock of Black Power (2009) ISBN 9780865479975, described MC Ren's writing style as "elaborate storytelling and acrobatic verbiage", while the D.O.C.'s included "syllabically punchy boasts" and Ice Cube wrote, "masterfully insightful first-person narratives." Ice Cube's writing was often inspired by comedians like Richard Pryor and Rudy Ray Moore. The album's production, almost solely done by Dr. Dre and DJ Yella, was praised by several critics. Jason Birchmeier from Allmusic gave a considerable amount of attention to the album's production, saying that "Dr. Dre and Yella meld together P-Funk, Def Jam-style hip hop, and the leftover electro sounds of mid-80s Los Angeles, creating a dense, funky, and thoroughly unique style of their own." Birchmeier would also write that some songs—"Eazy Duz It", "We Want Eazy", "Eazy-er Said Than Dunn", and "Radio"—are all heavily produced and have "layers upon layers of samples and beats competing with Eazy-E's rhymes for attention." Rapper and producer Kanye West also touted Dr. Dre's production on the album. Glen Boyd of Blogcritics said that the album has "Deep-ass bass lines, old-school funk samples, and plenty of street smart ghetto attitude are what powers this record." Jerry Heller wrote that Eazy raps more up front on the album than he does on Straight Outta Compton, and insists that the album's lyrics contain more sexual humor than gangsta vibe. The album's title track and lead single "Eazy-Duz-It", written by MC Ren, opens with a woman acclaiming Eazy-E's style. Eazy then interrupts saying "Bitch shut the fuck up, get the fuck outta here." This is followed by a bass line provided by Dr. Dre. Soon, Eazy begins to rap about himself and things that he does. The song declares that Eazy is a "hardcore villain" who collects money from his prostitutes, and feels great when his "pockets are fat." The chorus, repeated three times, states that he "is a gangsta having fun". The piece is laden with the aural mainstays of gangsta rap, including gunshots, and references to several drugs. "Boyz n the Hood" was written by Ice Cube, with some contribution by Eazy-E. The song is about growing up in Compton, California, and describes the gangster lifestyle. It conceives the "ghetto landscape as a generalized abstract construct… also introduces a localized nuance that conveys a certain proximity, effectively capturing a narrowed sense of place through which young thugs and their potential crime victims move in tandem," as put by cultural historian Murray Forman. "No More ?'s" is similar to "Boyz n the Hood" in its theme. The piece begins with an interview between Eazy and a female journalist, who asks about his childhood. Eazy explains (in verse) that he was ruthless, in a gang, "specialized in gankin," (loosely, to steal from) and had no respect for rules. He is then asked if he has ever been in an armed robbery. He responds, "You mean a 211?" The following verses tell of Eazy's exploits as a thief and thug.
JUST NOW: Suge Knight EXPOSES He Was Behind Eazy E’s Death.. In a stunning revelation that has left the world in shock, we bring you the latest updates on the mysterious circumstances surrounding the tragic death of rap icon Eazy E. Just moments ago, groundbreaking evidence has come to light regarding the alleged involvement of Suge Knight in Eazy E's passing. Join us as we uncover the astonishing details and explore the newly revealed information that suggests Suge Knight's true role in the untimely demise of Eazy E. This is a story that you can't afford to miss. Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 Follow us on Tik Tok: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Business Email: ContactWatchOnLoop🤍gmail.com Related: - Why Suge Knight Is Really Scared of 50 Cent 🤍 - Snoop Dogg Describes Tense Plane Ride with Tupac and Suge Knight 🤍 - Suge Knight Says Dr. Dre Didn't Produce Snoop's 'Doggystyle' Or 2Pac's 'California Love' | TMZ 🤍 #sugeknight #rap #rapnews *Copyright Disclaimer* Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statutes that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational, or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. *General Disclaimer* The views and opinions expressed in this video are those of the filmmaker and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of any other person or organization. The filmmaker is not responsible for any errors or omissions in the video.
Em '92, Snoop Dogg e Dr. Dre resolveram atacar um verdadeiro Gangsta do Rap, e ele não deixou isso barato. Nesse vídeo, revelamos a verdade por trás da música "Real Muthaphuckkin G's" de Eazy-E, e explicamos como ocorreu uma das maiores tretas do Rap nos anos 90. 🔶 Apoie o DecifraHITS com apenas R$ 4,99 por mês: 🤍 A quem contribuir, faremos um agradecimento especial em nosso vídeo. Você terá nosso selo de decifrador oficial ao lado dos seus comentários, emojis exclusivos, e outros benefícios 😉 Caso não queira ou não possa, não tem problema. Basta curtir esse vídeo, se inscrever e ativar as notificações. Contamos com o seu apoio! 🙏🏽 00:00 Introdução 01:00 Quem era Eazy E e Dr Dre? 01:34 Como surgiu o NWA? 03:22 Como começou a treta entre Dr. Dre e Eazy-E? 07:25 Como surgiu a música Real M G's 08:10 Decifrando Real M G's . 🔴 Outros vídeos que mencionamos: "Decifrando Like Toy Soldiers - Eminem": 🤍
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