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    Read this very interestion article on the Brownside.
    Its a Eazy-ECPT.com EXCLUSIVE, SPread the Word and give feedback MuthaphukKaaazzzz!!!
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    Eazy-E?s Latino Prot?g?s To Release Sophomore Album;
    The Group Is Cited In Jerry Heller?s Upcoming Book, ?Ruthless?

    The late Eazy-E?s sole Latino prot?g?s, The Brownside, have just released their second album, ?The Takeover.? Their first album, ?Eastside Drama,? issued in 1995, had been slated for release through Eazy-E?s Ruthless label, until the Compton rapper?s tragic death ended a solid paper trail of release agreements that had been signed between himself and the intensely street oriented gangsta rappers. Finally returning with ?The Takeover,? The Brownside is back again with real life street cred, history and tracks that have helped give them their often verified, authentic ?la vida gangsta? reputation.

    The Brownside members are Wicked, Trouble and Toker, who is currently serving time for a sentence in a federal prison. ?I expect to be out of here by the end of next year,? he promises. In the meantime, however, his album speaks volumes for him.

    Eazy?s son, Lil E, still has memories of his father?s close friend Toker, from when they escorted the ten-year old mini E around Disneyland. ?I can?t wait to see Lil E when I am out of here,? says Toker, who adds, ?I have a lot to tell him about his father.? Eazy-E and Toker were such a fixture, that in Jerry Heller?s upcoming book, ?Ruthless,? slated for release in late August, Heller begins describing the end of Eric?s life by writing, ?Only a handful of people were closest to Eric in the weeks leading up to his death. Toker, aka Little Beaver, his Latino street connection. The mixmaster Julio G.? Heller also cites The Brownside in relation to Eric?s both visionary and deep desire to become involved in the Latin rap movement, a move that was unfortunately nixed because of his death.

    Wicked explains, ?Toker and Eazy were blood brothers.? He adds, ?Eazy was so supportive of us, he kept trying to talk us into changing the name of the group to M.W.A., but we never did. He was relentless about it. He even wrote these little notes in the studio, trying to convince us.? He observes, ?Eric was really looking forward to releasing our group on Ruthless, and we played some dates with Eazy and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.? Wicked points to ?La Despendida (Farewell)? as his favorite track on the group?s second album, which is released by P.R. Records. As fate would have it, Trouble and Toker originally met in prison. Toker has stated, ?We?re not rappers trying to be gangstas, we?re gangstas trying to be rappers.?

    With songs on ?The Takeover? like ?Life Of A G,? ?Who We Are? and It Ain?t Easy? The Brownside stays true to their roots that made Eazy-E take notice. Trouble reports, ?We are representing Southside L.A., also known as ?The Skanless. But we know that a lot of other people are relating to the album, as well.? Wicked notes, ?Toker brings the high life from the street, Trouble brings the drama from on street, and I bring my own experience from the street.? This virtual coup d?eta can be heard throughout ?The Takeover? on its relentless songs that are pure fiya, including ?Standing By Your Grave,? ?It?s All Good? and the album?s standout track, ?Growin? Up.?

    On ?The Takeover,? The Brownside proves they are still the ultimate Vatos En El Barrio, as they release their explosive new rhymes about their experiences in ?The City Of Bangers.?
    A mad man from tha streets / A Ruthless Hustla / Eazy-E, Tha Hip Hop Thugsta - Eazy-E



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    damn this is some good shit man,propz on this for sure,i needa go out n get that cd ta listen to damn.......that was real interesting stuff reading all that.

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    Interestin ! propz

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    ^^^same here

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    Cool, I wonder if in the book they will talk about the E trying to open the Latino label and how he wanted to make a Super Nintendo game with lowriders and the Aurora Speaker project. Oh and how about that double cd album that never came out and working with Gun and Roses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ogloco
    Cool, I wonder if in the book they will talk about the E trying to open the Latino label and how he wanted to make a Super Nintendo game with lowriders and the Aurora Speaker project. Oh and how about that double cd album that never came out and working with Gun and Roses.
    He does mantion about latin gangsta rap being the next big thing, the other subjects he dont mention.
    I just finished reading the book today, its really good.
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    Hey does the book contain rare pics? or any at all? how many pages?
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    propz mofos !

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    some dude on another forum said that Brownside strong-armed eazy into giving them a deal and they scared eazy or some bullshit, i dunno where dude got his info from....

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    Quote Originally Posted by WattsUp
    some dude on another forum said that Brownside strong-armed eazy into giving them a deal and they scared eazy or some bullshit, i dunno where dude got his info from....
    tell dat bitch dat he's stupid :!:

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    Quote Originally Posted by WattsUp
    some dude on another forum said that Brownside strong-armed eazy into giving them a deal and they scared eazy or some bullshit, i dunno where dude got his info from....
    That's believeable actually. In the Jerry Heller book, Jerry said some Muslim guards blocked him from seein Eazy dead but The Brownside came and told the Muslim Guards that Jerry's gettin in and The Brownside dude had a 12 Gauge Shot Gun with him when he said that to the Muslim Guards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Caps
    Quote Originally Posted by WattsUp
    some dude on another forum said that Brownside strong-armed eazy into giving them a deal and they scared eazy or some bullshit, i dunno where dude got his info from....
    tell dat bitch dat he's stupid :!:
    lol.
    yea.
    Eazy-E was very close to the brownside, i dont think they would be so close if they dissed him like that.
    fake rumor.
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    oh yeah and brownside is coming out with another new album this year too, its called "13 reasons"

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    Props for this.
    They also got another album called payback

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    thanks for the read homie


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