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Thread: 20 Years After His Death, Eazy-E Deserves a Spot on Rap's Mount Rushmore

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    Default 20 Years After His Death, Eazy-E Deserves a Spot on Rap's Mount Rushmore

    From LA Weekly:

    Remembered by some as a footnote, Eazy-E was the most influential architect of the music that came to be known as gangsta rap.

    http://www.laweekly.com/music/20-yea...shmore-5436882

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    Default Re: 20 Years After His Death, Eazy-E Deserves a Spot on Rap's Mount Rushmore

    Props for sharing this article. Eazy's accomplishments needs to be more known. Fools either still think that Dre gave Eazy his start or they are calling Ice Cube the Godfather of Gangster Rap all because he wrote Eazy's rhymes when even Cube has said he wouldn't be where he is if it werent for Eazy. Major props to whoever wrote this article.

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    Default Re: 20 Years After His Death, Eazy-E Deserves a Spot on Rap's Mount Rushmore

    That's why I hate that Today Eazy isn't recgonized for what he did he created a era of hip hop that no one even thought of it sucks man
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