Eazy-E made a special appearance at Rock the Bells on his 5oth Birthday via technology yesterday. It’s amazing how technology can resurrect the dead. The former NWA rapper has been deceased for 18 years but brought much delight to the fans yesterday.
Long passed rappers Eazy-E and ODB are returning to the concert stage. Plans are in the works to resurrect the late rappers via hologram for the upcoming Rock The Bells hip-hop music festival this fall. Read More »
The daughter of the late Eazy-E is paying tribute to her dad’s legacy. According to BallerStatus, Erin Bria Wright decided to remember her father on the anniversary of his death by recreating two of his solo album covers. Erin used the records “Str8 Off Tha Streetz of Muthaphukkin Compton” and “It’s On (Dr. Dre) 187um Killa.” Erin says she still misses her father “dearly,” and is proud to have put her own touch on his work. She adds that she hopes Eazy-E will one day get the credit he deserves for his impact and influence on the hip-hop industry.
Eazy-E, whose real name was Eric Lynn Wright, died on March 26th, 1995 at the age of 31 from complications from AIDS. Prior to his death, Eazy-E was a member of the iconic rap group N.W.A. He also released several solo projects.
New Line Cinema has given the green light to start production on a movie based on the infamous group N.W.A. In even more exciting news, former member and now acclaimed actor and producer Ice Cube is set to be the producer for this film. Is Hollywood ready for the streets of Compton? Read More »