Eazy-Duz-It W/5150 Ep [Explicit] Explicit Lyrics, Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered
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Vinyl, Explicit Lyrics, Original recording remastered, September 24, 2002
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Prior to the release of his single and video "We Want Eazy", the streets of Cali were already abuzz with the mere mention that a whole album was being released by Eazy. He and his crew had already established a loyal following with the flood of singles they had already released. When Eazy-Duz-It was released, Eazy was already in regular rotation from Greg Mack's Rap Attack radio show in LA all the way up to Nasty Nes' show in Seattle. Despite the familiarity with the young sounding rapper, no one was ready for the brashness that the L.P. would offer.
From the start, every offensive, violent, and yes, humourous rhyme was clearly designed to either shock or excite Eazy's audience. Like Too $hort and 2 Live Crew before him, Eazy went for a dirty side and a clean side to his album. The fact that he started off with the dirty side seemed to make the statement that the priorty with Eric & Co. was streets first, then radio. Like Ice-T's Rhyme Pays, Eazy-Duz-It was an uncompromising look at the rough inner-city with tales of drugs, prostitution and violence.Read more ›
There are a few suspect tracks that keep this album from achieving classic status. Tracks like "Still Talkin'", "Eazy-Chapter 8 Verse 10", and "Nobody Move" don't really go anywhere and come off as really forgettable while "I'ma Break It Down" is just plain boring.
Overall, the album is dope and is definitely worth owning. This disc falls short of classic, but the bangers on here make this album more than worth the money. If you're into old school or if you haven't heard these songs, then I recommend picking this one up. Also, if you can't find 5150: Home 4 Tha Sick then getting this is probably the closest you'll come to getting it since it's out of print now.
Standout Tracks: Radio, Boyz N The Hood (Remix), Ruthless Villain, We Want Eazy, Eazy Duz It, No More ?'s, and Eazy-er Said Than Dunn (My Favorite)
R.I.P. Eric Wright
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I've been a fan of Eazy-E for many years. From his unique high pitched voice, to his flow and his blunt lyrics that shows what it's like in inner city living, Eazy-E truly was the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Steve
Legendary just pop it n its eazy Duz it i love boys n the hood my favorite song since growing up rip eazy e we miss you n your music your music will forever live on🙏🏾Published 3 months ago by JC
Legendary album from a legendary artist! Each track is a masterpiece! Better than Pac's final album!Published 3 months ago by Morton