Which solo album is Eazy-E's best? | The Tylt
Eazy-E would have turned 53 years old on September 7, but his legacy as a rap god lives on. While Eazy-E is known as the frontman of N.W.A., he made his breakthrough as a solo artist with "Eazy-Duz-It" before the group even released its debut album. But it was Eazy's sophomore LP "Str8 off tha Streetz of Muthaphukkin Compton" that garnered sentimental praise since it was released posthumously, peaking at #3 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart in 1995. Which album is better? 🎤
Which solo album is Eazy-E's best?
While Eazy isn't revered as the best rapper or the greatest of all time, he's known for his sharp delivery, flow, and catchy lyrics. It all started with his commercially-successful debut LP "Eazy-Duz-It." While the album didn't get mainstream play, it blew up thanks to the gangsta rap and hip-hop underground.
Below are some notable, but explicit lyrics to the title track, per Genius.
🎶 What the fuck is up? In the place to be. Coming on the mic is Eazy-mothafuckin-E. Dre is on the beat, Yella's on the cut. So listen up close while we rip shit up.🎶
Listen to the album below via Spotify.
"Eazy-Duz-It' would be the only album that Eazy released while he was alive. He followed up his debut with albums from N.W.A. and two solo extended plays. But his sophomore album, "Str8 off tha Streetz of Muthaphukkin Compton," was released nearly a year after he passed away of complications from AIDS. The album peaked at #3 on the Billboard 200. The album is regarded as Eazy's final masterpiece and critics praised for him staying true to his rough, raunchy and catchy lyrically style.
Below are significant, but explicit lyrics to the album's lead single "Just tah Let U Know," per Genius. The single is also one of Eazy's highest-charting hits.
🎶 It's that man comin' up from that land of tha C-P-T. ("What's my motherfuckin' name?" - Snoop) Eazy-E. Comin' thru with a big lick for '94. Showin' alla y'all them true-ass gangsta flows. So bow-down bow-wow the big dog’s in town.🎶
Listen to Eazy's final album below via Spotify.