Today, March 26 1995 pioneering Compton, California
rapper/executive Eazy E died from complications of AIDS just three weeks after
being diagnosed. He was 31.
Wright, who founded Ruthless Records’, is arguably
one of the most influential figures in hip-hop history, helping to jumpstart
"gangsta rap." Eazy was also one of the founders of N.W.A.
"I wanna say is Eazy E’s Ruthless Records
was the first sreet independent label and it needs to be recognized," Krayzie
Bone told AllHipHop.com. "Every rapper from the West coast branched from
him and can’t deny that."
Bone, who signed to Eazy’s Ruthless imprint before
he was diagnosed with AIDS, has released 5 albums and two greatest hits collections
for the label.
"If he was still alive he would still be
right on top," Krayzie continued. "Hiphop needs to give ‘em more props,
because he did what people was scared to do first, and that’s keep it real gangsta."
Bone is currently headlining the "Take Me
Home" tour supporting their latest album, Thug World Order.
9-Apr Wednsday Nashville, TN
10-Apr Thursday Birmingham, AI
11-Apr Friday Atlanta, GA
12-Apr Saturday Athens, GA
13- Apr Sunday Columbia, SC
14- Apr Off
15- Apr Tuesday Orlando, FL
16- Apr Off
17- Apr Thrusday Miaim, FL
18- Apr Friday Tampa, FL
19- Apr Saturday Tallahassee./Mobile
20- Apr Easter
21- Apr Monday Jackson, Miss
22- Apr Tuesday Los Angeles House of Blues
23- Apr Wednsday Ventura, CA Ventura Theatre
24- Apr Thrusday TBA
25- Apr Friday Orange County, CA House of Blues
26- Apr Saturday Phoenix Celebrity Theatre
27- Apr Sunday Northridge, CA & Tucson, AZ CAl State Northridge, Rialto
28- Apr Monday El Paso Tx Club Valare
29- Apr Tuesday Albuquerque,NM Sunshine Theatre
30- Apr Wednsday Denver, Co Ogden Theatre
2-May Friday Dallas Tx,
3-May Saturday San Antonio, TX
4-May Sunday Houston, TX