Eazy-E Birthday Tribute show 2011, a set on Flickr.
On september 8th 2011 Eazy-ECPT.com hosted their first annual Eazy-E Birthday Tribute show. To celebrate Eazy-E’s 47th Birthday which was on september 7th. These are some photos from the birthday party / show.
Many of Eazy-E ‘s close friends and family members were present. Eazy-E’s children , Lil Eazy-E, Erica Wright, Eazy E Tha 3rd and Yung Eazy were part of the celebration. Also Eazy’s sister Patricia and other reletives were able to come and enjoy the night dedicated to the Godfather of Gangsta Rap
Eazy-ECPT.com Presents our First Annual “Eazy-E Birthday Celebration”
Special Guests and Performance’s by Original Members of Eazy-E’s Ruthess Family. BIG HUTCH AKA Cold187um of Above The Law, BG Knocc Out, Loesta of Impact of a Legend, Daddy Kool AKA Trigga Man, Roach Killa AKA Steffon, Ruthless Dirty Red, ALT The Saint and more.
Eric ( Lil Eazy-E ) Wright Jr Will be making a special guest appearance.
Eazy-E’s third son, Yung Eazy will also be performing, along with
South Psycho Cide, K9Compton
Tony Muthaphukkn G, J-Loco, Nonoloco, U.N.D., Envy, Diggy Dre, and more.
Join us on this special day, paying our respects to” The Godfather of Gangsta Rap” Eazy-E.
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A former member of NWA has filed a lawsuit against Ruthless Records, claiming the company has refused to pay royalties, after licensing one of his records to Black Eyed Peas’ member Fergie for use in her hit Hip-Hop song “Fergalicious.”
The Arabian Prince, born Kim Nazel, filed the lawsuit on March 9 in the Supreme Court of the State of New York.
The lawsuit claims that Tomika Wright, Jerry Heller and Ruthless Records authorized the use of his composition “Supersonic” for use in Fergie’s #1 record “Fergalicious,” taken from her sophomore album The Dutchess.
Around 1986, The Arabian Prince formed N.W.A. with Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, Eazy-E, MC Ren, DJ Yella and The D.O.C., while Eazy-E also formed the seminal Gangsta Rap label, Ruthless Records.
During his time with N.W.A., The Arabian Prince authored or co-produced a number of hit records for Ruthless, including seminal tracks like “Straight Outta Compton,” “F*ck The Police,” “Gangsta Gangsta,” “Dopeman,” “Quiet On Tha Set,” “Something 2 Dance 2” and others.
In 1988, Ruthless released “Supersonic,” which he wrote with four other writers, including the members of J.J. Fad, who performed the original track.
According to the lawsuit Arabian Prince, who owns 20% of the composition, claims that Ruthless “misrepresented that they had authority to license [his] portion of the composition for use in the new composition ‘Fergalicious.’”
He also claims that unbeknownst to him, Ruthless has been collecting royalties from the sales of “Fergalicious,” which has sold almost 3 million copies and set records for digital downloads.
Additionally, The Arabian Prince claims in the lawsuit that despite repeated attempts, Ruthless has yet to compensate him for the tracks he produced for N.W.A.
The Arabian Prince seeks damages for unjust enrichment, tortious interference and breach of contract.
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Group formed in: 1988 (disbanded in 1992) / Members: M.C.J.B. (Juana Burns) Baby-D (Dania Birks) Sassy C (Michelle Franklin). A reminder of how fleeting hip-hop glory can be, female L.A. rappers M.C.J.B. , Baby-D and Sassy C formed ‘Just Jammin’ Fresh and Def’ (J.J. Fad) in 1988. They were a part of the Ruthless Posse headed by Eazy E and produced by Dr. Dre. The first hip-hop girl trio to go platinum. The trio featured a youthful, heavily pop-oriented brand of rap that was non-threatening. “Supersonic”, produced by The Arabian Prince & Dr. Dre, was 1 on the pop charts and a top 10 R&B hit, and the album went platinum, peaking at 1. Soon after it dropped off the charts, they were a memory. Now they’re back and ready to rock the mic again, celebrating they’re 20th anniversary of “Supersonic.” They just received an ASCAP music award for co-writing on Fergies hit song “Fergalicious” and are planning to do a 2oth anniversary re-mix of “Supersonic.” Stay tuned the Fad is Back!!
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