Bigg A Hints Unreleased Eazy-E While Promoting Lil Eazy Project

“[A Eazy-E feature] was almost there on this project,” Bigg A told Rock The Bells, before eluding to the possibility still being very real. “With the success of this record and the relationship we have with [Eazy-E’s widow Tomica], I think in the very near future we might see another Eazy-E project or another single with [Eazy’s] vocals from some unreleased music.”

For years, fans have wondered if Eazy still had unreleased music out there. After he passed, he had two songs pop up on the Ruthless 10-year anniversary project Decade of Game, a verse on Mack 10’s The Recipe, and an 8-song release called Impact Of A Legend, but nothing since then. However, Bigg A says there’s more unreleased music out there, including a collaboration with some rock legends. 

“There is unreleased music still out there,” Bigg A confirms. “We know for a fact that he had two or three or four reels in his car when he went to the hospital. Those reels came up missing. He had songs with Slash from Guns n’ Roses — he had songs with Guns n’ Roses on those reels. Those reels have been found ’cause they wound up in Canada. That’s a whole other story, but what happened to them [since], I don’t know. I don’t know if the estate got them, but there is unreleased music, and Yella has some, I know for a fact that there is some unreleased acapella vocals, that he was working on some records with a couple of producers I worked with and last I heard was that they were up in Dre’s studio.”

On a sunday like today, 28 years ago … #eazye #eazyetribute @ruthlesslegacy

I was only 17 years old when Eazy-E passed away. His music had a great impact on my life growing up. I believe I must have been 10 years old when first heard Boyz N The Hood. I mostly remember the bass bumping and the tone and flow of Eazy’s voice. Very strange and unique sound to me. I had never heard any rap music. Although I was not able to understand the lyrics do the the high bass coming from the system woofers, it was a sound that caught my attention and curiosity. Ever since that day i was a complete fan of Eazy. That was my introduction to Eazy-E’s music and Ruthless.

I will tell you all more about it soon.

For now I just want to pay my respects to The Godfather of Gangsta Rap Eric (Eazy-E) Wright . Your memory and legacy live forever. RIP

Enjoy the Eazy-E Tribute playlist below.

When did you first get introduced to E’s music?

Lonzo & Dusty Interview Eazy-E’s Bodyguard Big Animal!

Great Ruthless stories and recollection on this one. Check it out!

Lonzo Phone Interview with Mike Klein!

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Lonzo and Dusty hosted an exclusive interview with Ruthless Director of Business affairs and security Mike Klein. Great interview for Ruthless fans! Talks about his beginnings, Eazy-E, who fired Jerry Heller, Suge Knight, FBI, the missing unreleased Eazy-E tapes, Ruthless Records in Canada, Black Eyed Peas formerly Atban Klann, etc. Check it out!

The Universal Hip Hop Museum (UHHM)

To jumpstart BET Weekend, the UHHM is kicking off a private, industry-only event at the Peterson Automotive Museum, “Hip Hop Roadshow” in Los Angeles on Thursday, June 23, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

UHHM’s Hip Hop Road Show will recognize the significant contributions of West Coast artist, with special recognitions attributed to Eazy-E (posthumously) and Ruthless Records, Death Row Records, Kid Frost, DJ Battle Cat, Yo-Yo, Spice 1, and Arabian Prince for their contributions to Hip Hop culture.

The show will also include an overview of Hip-Hop history and discussions on how to best curate exhibits that accurately reflect the rich history of the West Coast

Reelz Presents Autopsy: The Last Hours of…Eazy-E

Reelz premiered season 13 of the documentary-style television series investigating deaths of celebrities in the beginning of May, and announced this week a future season 13 episode will eye Eazy-E

Update: Autopsy: The Last Hours of… “Eazy-E” premieres on REELZ TV on Sunday, June 4 at 9pm ET/ 6pm PT.