Yung Eazy,Loesta,K9Compton performance in Whittier Ca. #eazye #ruthlessfamily

Yung Eazy-E, K9 Compton, Loesta and Original SLM got down last night at The Green Turtle in the City of Whittier.

Enjoy the video of last nights performance, courtesy of Ruthless Propaganda.

Stay posted for more news and upcoming show’s from Yung Eazy and all other Ruthless Family artists.

Eazy-E’s Mother and family attend Birthday tribute show 09/07/2012

On Friday September 7th 2012 Eric (Eazy-E) Wright would have turned 48 years old. On this very special day / Ruthless Propaganda hosted a historic event in celebration of E.

The location was Downey California. Less than a few miles from The City of Compton and Norwalk Ca. Two Los Angeles County cities Eazy once called home.

The DJ for the night was DJ Drewmatik, playing those classic Eazy-E joints to keep the crowd entertained before the show begins.

The lineup was packed of great artists who were impacted by Eazy-E. Some of the artists were J-Loco, Rob G, Tony Muthaphukkin G, Faided amongst others.

Ruthless Alumni in attendance were Kid Frost, Rhythm D, Loesta, Dirty Red, DJ Speed (of NWA) , BG Knocc Out, GiGi of Menajatwah and Steffon.

The night was made very special by the attendance of EAZY-E’s Mom Kathie Wright. accompanying her were other family members of The Hip Hop Thugsta.

I was very honored and happy to have kathie and the family join us for the celebration of Eazy’s Birthday.

The performances went smooth, great media coverage by OnDaGrindTV, video will be available soon.

We ended the night with a performance by Lil Eazy-E, Eazy-E3, Yung Eazy and the Compton Money Gang. It was the perfect end to a very special night.

I want to thank the Wright Family and everyone he attended the tribute show. Also all of those who came in from out of state or country. Dopeman, Todd and Tamara. I also heard some people flew in from Seattle and Atlanta. much love to everyone. hope u all enjoyed the night.

More Pictures and Video soon.

Eazy-E Birthday Tribute show 2011


On september 8th 2011 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

NEW-LIL EAZY-E Interview! @EWrightJR

This is a very good interview of Lil Eazy-E conducted by ELITE TV World News!  Check it out and enjoy.  Make sure you leave feedback at our Lil Eazy-E forum

The T-SHIRT Lil Eazy-E is seen wearing can be purchased @

Ruthless Family / Re United @ DUB SHOW in L.A.

On March 27th, just one day after the 16th Anniversary of the passing of Gangster Rap/Eric (Eazy-E) Wright , Layzie Bone and friends did a special tribute for Eazy-E @ the DUB SHOW in Los Angeles.  DRE’STA, BG Knocc Out, Flesh, Lil Eazy-E, Baby Eazy-E and Dirty Red were amongst the Ruthless Family Artists and Family members present.

The first image below is from the DUB SHOW and the one below that was taken over 16 years ago Summer Jam 1994  RIP Eazy-E

To view more great photo’s from the DUB SHOW, CLICK HERE to check out Dream In Digital‘s Photo Gallery

NEW Lil Eazy-E song “One Shot Kill” Exclusively at’s Greatest Hit’s is available for FREE DOWNLOAD September 7th 2010 to celebrate Eazy-E’s 47th Birthday.

The Project includes a NEW Music by Lil Eazy-E, Ruthless Dirty Red and South Psycho Cide.
Also features songs by MC REN, Lil Ant, COOKOO,Tweed Cadillac, Double G and more.

Go to to download today.

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