As I may have mentioned before, Eazy-Duz-It was crucial to my youth. I used to listen to it with my “bad” friend Holly all night long. I can still recite all the lyrics to the title track and no wonder.
I may get a lot of grief for saying this, but Eazy-E is a pretty terrible rapper, hence, even I can do his songs justice. Jim and I have been having tons of fun with this cartoonishly offensive album with lyrics like “She's bad, nobody is badder, but she got more crabs than a seafood platter.”
Now clearly, it's not for everyone, but if you want some really dirty, nostalgic gangster rap, that is actually well produced by a young Dr. Dre, this is it.