Ruthless Dirty Red Singles Officially on Itunes, Amazon, and more..

Show your support and go purchase Ruthless Dirty Red’s latest singles “Cali’z Finest” and “Blessed”.

for those of you who dont know, Dirty Red was one of Eazy-E’s close friends and writters.  He is credited in writting songs such as “Luv For Them Gangsters” and “Any Last Words”   plus was featured in hits like “what would u do” and”Down To the Last Roach”

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VH1 Premieres the Rock Doc ‘NWA: The World’s Most Dangerous Group’ October 3 at 11pm

NEW YORK, Sept 23, 2008 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — The 90-Minute Rock Doc Includes New Interviews With Original NWA Members – Ice Cube and DJ Yella
N.W.A’s Influence Explored on New Capitol/Priority Release, ‘N.W.A And Their Family Tree,’ to be Released September 30
The Year was 1988, the album was “Straight Outta Compton,” the group was NWA and the outcome was history making. VH1’s Emmy Award-winning franchise takes a look back at the album and the group that changed the face of hip hop 20 years after its release in the new VH1 Rock Doc, NWA: The World’s Most Dangerous Group.” The doc will premiere on VH1, October 3 at 11pm*.
When NWA released their “Straight Outta Compton” album in late 1988 it changed the face of hip hop forever by ushering in a new genre of music called “gangsta rap.” Television and radio were afraid to touch it because the lyrics were so perverse and forbidden, the politicians were quick to attack and condemn it and the FBI wanted it banned – it made history even before it became a multi-platinum selling album.
VH1’s Rock Doc “NWA: The World’s Most Dangerous Group” tells the story of a group of childhood friends from Compton who channeled the rage of the streets through the prism of rap music and pop culture. Eazy-E, Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, MC Ren and DJ Yella gave a powerful voice to the late-80’s Compton ghetto that was on the verge of exploding, and in the process scared much of White America. Often misunderstood, NWA’s raging raps about police violence, gang-land terror and drug-fueled shooting sprees gave the ultimate voice to the voiceless.
The doc features new interviews with Ice Cube, DJ Yella, Eazy-E’s widow Tomica Woods-Wright, former manager Jerry Heller, Ice-T, journalist Cheo Coker, and director John Singleton. Supplemented by rarely-seen footage and interviews from the group’s early days, photos, and music, the documentary will show how gangsta rap was born in late 80s Los Angeles, a city torn by drugs and violence…and how a nation grew to fear the music that emerged.
“NWA: The World’s Most Dangerous Group” was written and directed by Mark Ford. Executive produced by Mark Ford and Kevin Lopez and produced by Wesley Jones for Creature Films. Brad Abramson, Shelly Tatro and Jeff Olde are executive producers for VH1. Mark Anstendig is supervising producer for VH1.
To commemorate the historic and ongoing musical and cultural influence of N.W.A, Capitol/Priority will release N.W.A And Their Family Tree on September 30. The new CD and digital collection features a cross-section of 18 genre-defining tracks by the pioneering gangsta rap group and its founders, plus Mack 10, Westside Connection, Snoop Dogg, and other N.W.A-inspired artists.
“NWA: The World’s Most Dangerous Group” is the newest film in the Emmy Award winning VH1 Rock Doc franchise. VH1 Rock Docs are television’s premier collection of music documentaries. Each high-end feature-length documentary reveals an untold story in the history of rock and hip-hop music, combining never-before-seen footage with a unique and unconventional narrative approach. The documentaries tell some of the most unique stories of artists and music from a wide range of genres, styles, and musical perspectives.
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N.W.A And Their Family Tree…Another cheap cash in?

To commemorate the historic and ongoing musical and cultural influence of N.W.A, Capitol/Priority will release “N.W.A And Their Family Tree” on September 30. The new CD and digital collection features a cross-section of 18 genre-defining tracks by the pioneering gangsta rap group and its founders, plus Mack 10, Westside Connection, Snoop Dogg, and other N.W.A-inspired artists.

Two decades have passed since N.W.A rocketed “Straight Outta Compton” to multi-platinum success, worldwide acclaim and notoriety as rap music’s most powerful force, redefining forever the boundaries of popular music. In the course of little more than three years, N.W.A.’s Dr. Dre, Eazy-E, Ice Cube, MC Ren and Yella reached unprecedented gangsta superstardom with their no-holds-barred missives from Los Angeles’ toughest streets.

“N.W.A And Their Family Tree” charts the group’s lineage through 18 key tracks, including what could be considered the House of N.W.A.’s most valuable heirloom, the explosive title track from “Straight Outta Compton,” the group’s history-making, double platinum 1988 release. Also included are N.W.A.’s “Fuck Tha Police”, “Dopeman”, “Express Yourself,” and “Boyz-N-The Hood,” Ice Cube’s “It Was A Good Day,” Eazy-E’s “We Want Eazy,” MC Ren’s “Final Frontier,” The D.O.C.’s “It’s Funky Enough,” Westside Connection’s “Bow Down” and “Gangstas Make The World Go ‘Round,” Mack 10’s “Foe Life,” Snoop Dogg featuring Xzibit’s “Bitch Please,” and other top tracks from the scions of N.W.A.


1. Straight Outta Compton – N.W.A

2. Boyz-N-The Hood – N.W.A ft. Eazy-E

3. Dopeman – N.W.A

4. Fuck Tha Police – N.W.A

5. We Want Eazy – Eazy-E

6. Express Yourself – N.W.A

7. It Was A Good Day – Ice Cube

8. V.S.O.P. – Above The Law

9. You Can’t Play With My Yo-Yo – Yo-Yo ft. Ice Cube

10. Foe Life – Mack 10

11. It’s Funky Enough – The D.O.C.

12. Final Frontier – MC Ren

13. Regulate – Warren G. & Nate Dogg

14. Bow Down – Westside Connection

15. Bitch Please – Snoop Dogg ft. Xzibit

16. Gangstas Make The World Go ‘Round – Westside Connection

17. Lay Low – Snoop Dogg ft. Master P, Nate Dogg, Butch Cassidy & The Eastsidaz

18. We Be Puttin’ It Down – Bad Azz ft. Snoop Dogg

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Press Release for Lil Eazy-E’s “Prince of Compton”

“The West Coast has birthed some of the hardest lyrics to hit the rap world, with songs like “F**k the Police,” “6 N the Mornin,” and “It Was a Good Day.” The heart of some of the grittiest rhymes emerged from the streets of Compton, where hustling, and gangbanging were a way of life.

NWA introduced the world to Gangster Rap in the 80’s; Lil Eazy-E will resuscitate it in 2008, with his debut release on the Universal/Blackground label “Prince of Compton,” scheduled to drop September 16, 2008. The first release “What We’re Claimin” is a gangster’s anthem, with rich lyrical flow over funky, hard hitting beats.

Lil Eazy-E continues the legacy of his late father, rap icon Eric Eazy-E Wright, by delivering a searing collection of bone-crushing songs about the streets of his hometown, Compton. Lil Eazy’s lyrics reflect on the life and untimely death of his father, giving listeners an intimate look into their world.

He is prepared to put his own personal twist on the legacy left by his father. Lil Eazy-E’s lyrics tell the story of his life growing up in Compton, and living with one of the icons of gangster rap. He addresses all who have questioned his skills, the life and death of his father, and studio gangsters building careers by imitating the appearance and persona of West Coast pioneers that brought the streets of South Central to the rap game. Having grown up with many of the legends of gangster rap, it’s only natural that he call-out those that are faking in their music and in front of the cameras.

Lil Eazy-E is holding nothing back. He is dealing with subjects that until now have been fueled by rumors, such as his lifestyle since his fathers passing.

A lot of people probably think I grew-up in the Suburbs of Southern California, living a privileged life. What they don’t know is I was born and raised in the same house as my father, the oldest of nine kids. We were a big family that all grew-up together. I lived the same life as my father, and I’m giving you that life on ‘The Prince of Compton’,” explains Lil Eazy-E.

Prince of Compton” brings West Coast rap back with a vengeance, merging the flavor of N.W.A on songs such as “Money and Power” and “They Killed You,” and mixing things up with “This Ain’t a Game” featuring Bone Thugs, which takes listeners back to the Ruthless days. Lil Eazy-E also pays homage to one of his childhood hero’s Ice Cube on “Shotgun” which was inspired by the street classic “Today Was a Good Day.”

Ice Cube was a huge influence on my record. Knowing him as a kid and then working with him as a man was a great learning experience,” said Lil Eazy-E.

With a phenomenal debut album, budding record company and fledgling roster of talented rappers, Lil Eazy-E is poised to become the next West Coast Rap Kingpin, just as his father did nearly 20 years ago.”

Check out Lil Eazy-E’s current single “What We’re Claiming“:

Check it out at his Official Myspace page