Legendary gangster rap pioneer, Eazy-E, is the subject of new documentary based on the late rapper’s career and death, dubbed “Ruthless Memories.”
Produced by Ruthless Propaganda and directed by Sergio Hernandez, the film interviews various figures involved in Eazy’s career — including close friends and family — to tell clear up rumors and offer facts and real life stories about the iconic Los Angeles rapper.
It features several Ruthless Records artists from later years, including B.G. Knocc Out, who appeared on one of Eazy-E’s last hit, “Real Muthaphuckkin’ G’s”; label founder Jerry Heller, and other associates.
“Ruthless Memories” is slated to drop on DVD sometime this fall. Visit RuthlessMemories.com for more info.