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An all-new investigative docuseries, titled The Mysterious Death of Eazy-E, takes a deep dive into the rap star’s 1995 death.
The series, premiering Aug. 12 on WE tv, will feature never-before-seen footage and interviews that chronicle Eazy-E‘s life and legacy. Eazy, né Eric Wright, was a founding member of California gangsta rap group N.W.A alongside Dr. Dre, Ice Cube and Arabian Prince. The group, originated in 1987, is behind the top 40 Billboard Hot 100 hit “Straight Outta Compton.” Their debut studio album, with the same name, peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard 200.
Throughout The Mysterious Death of Eazy-E, the late rapper’s daughter Ebie Wright, her mom Tracy Jernagin and hip-hop journalist Jasmine Simpkins search to find answers to longstanding questions surrounding Eazy’s death. Eazy-E died at age 31 after he was diagnosed with AIDs. However, some speculate that there may have been foul play involved.
Prior to his March 26, 1995, death, Eazy-E had co-founded Ruthless Records alongside Jerry Heller. It was a subsidiary of parent company Comptown Records Inc.
The Mysterious Death of Eazy-E is executive produced by Ebie and Jernagin, DJ Skee, Thao Dipolito, John Halterman, Tom Forman, Jon Beyer, Jeff Dawson, Lauren P. Gellert, David Stefanou and Lauren Lazin.
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Today would have been Joe KJ Mustafa’s 67th Birthday. He was a very nice person and always supportive of our Ruthless Propaganda projects and events. It was a honor to have met him and get to talk to him and interview him . Thank You to Wayne for taking these nice photos of his grave site. RIP KJ and Happy BDAY.
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8 Years ago today, July 7th the world lost KMG of Above the law. His memory and legacy live eternally. Here is a dedication song by Cold187um of Above The Law. #RIPKMG #TheRuthlessWay
Today we show homage and remember a person i was fortunate to meet. He was a very cool, nice person and always supportive of what we were doing in paying homage to Eazy-E and Ruthless. He was one of Eazy-E’s Former Ruthless Records bodyguards. You can see him in some of the old Eazy-E music videos like Eazy er said than DunnThank You KJ for all the support and for sharing your memories of Eazy-E and Ruthless with us. Thank You Wayne from San Diego / Ruthless Family for the photos and reminding me of our homie KJ. We will never forget about him. RIP KJ