“You know just how I’m coming, tell the label run it. We want it all, fu*k the couple hunnids…”
– quote from “It Ain’t Over”
Lil Eazy-E dropped a new track, “It Ain’t Over,” on his father’s death anniversary.
The oldest son of late hip-hop artist Eazy-E comes through with this classic hit to remind his father’s legacy to the world.” It Ain’t Over” pays tribute to his west coast heritage in the richness of its sound and the lyrics. “It ain’t over till it’s over,” the hustle and grind never stop. The song is an earthy blend of vintage soul, hard drums, ruthless vocals, and a good west coast vibe dose. Lil Eazy-E drops some punchy bars talking about independence and his resilience in bringing Compton to the global limelight in his smooth, melodious vocals. The drill beat and vintage soul with west coast undertones is a complement of the passionate lyrics.
Lil Eazy-E is a musician, an activist, a producer, and a businessman. He is also the president of Rich & Ruthless Records and Rich & Ruthless Cannabis. Lil Eazy-E was born and raised in the same Compton, California home where his father, Eazy-E, was raised. He grew up within the music industry beside prominent west coast rappers and was exposed to artists in various genres and multifaceted producers. This accentuated his love and passion for music while honing his skills as a businessman at the same time.
Lil Eazy-E is presently managing the Rich & Ruthless Records and Rich & Ruthless Cannabis affairs while starring in “Growing up Hip Hop,” a WE TV Network series. His record label embraces all music and music production genres and encourages artists to fulfill their dreams.
“It Ain’t Over” is his song from his debut project “TBA.” The accompanying visual is set to be released on the same day the city of Compton honor Eazy-E’s memory, “The Eazy-E Day.”