Eazy-E – Str8 Off Tha Streetz Of Muthaphukkin Compton

Eazy-E - Str8 Off Tha Streetz Of Muthaphukkin Compton1. First Power (Intro)

2. Ole School Shit 

That is a tight ass song. DJ Yella produced the Beat. The lyrics are dope. This track features BG Knocc Out, Dresta and Sylk a.k.a. Sylk E. Fine. BG Knocc Out and Dresta take a few shots at Dre and Snoop on this one, Dresta raps “I tattoo Dre name on my chest/Cross it out just another nigga that I X-ed/And you won’t see R.I.P./You’ll see P.N.D./A Punk nigga deceased”. Overall this is a nice track, dope gangsta ass beat.

3. Sorry Louie

This one is another dope track. “Bashed his head in with my Louisville slugger” the hook goes. It’s a nice track, something nice to bump. Its gangsta as usual just like most of Eazy E’s shit.

4. Just Tah Let You Know 

Dope ass lyrics, with a decent beat. At first I wasn’t to crazy about “Just Tah Let You Know” but it will grow on you, and you will just have to listen to it. Dope ass shit.

5. Sippin’ On A 40 

This is a gangsta rap classic. Sippin’ on a 40 is straight classic. You probably won’t find someone who doesn’t like this song. Straight gangsta rap classic. Features BG Knocc Out and Dresta, Eazy E kicks a funny line when he says “Nigga u be drinkin’ out my bottle ***** that bullshit/ Still got semen on your lips/ From the homie’s dick/, that’s like the usual funny shit Eazy spits from time to time. Beat by DJ Yella.

6. Nutz On Ya Chin 

This beat makes ya bop your head. It’s a nice old school song. Production by Naughty By Nature. I just wish this track was a little bit longer, still a dope ass track.

7. Tha Muthaphukkin’ Real 

Eazy E and MC Ren rip this track up. This is the best song on this album. It’s a classic no doubt. The beat is real laid back, something nice to bump in your ride, just cruising. The beat is gangsta; DJ Yella produced it.

8. Lickin, Suckin, Phukkin 

I don’t see the point of this song, there is no lyrics to it, just some moaning, bad “song” skip it.

9. Hit The Hooker 

This is a nice old school song. I’m not too crazy about it but some other people might be. It’s a decent track, nothing special though.

10. My Baby’z Mama

This is a “***** my baby’s mama”, it’s decent, it’s another average track on this album. Average track.

11. Creep N Crawl 

Production by DJ Yella, this is a dope ass gangsta song, the beat is just gangsta, its that hard, rugged, street type shit. If you like that hardcore gangsta rap shit, you will definitely like this song. Definitely should peep it.

12. Wut Would You Do 

“Wut Would You Do” is a Death Row diss. It is one of the hardest Death Row disses I heard, its real tight, its on the same lines as “Real Muthaphukkin G’z”, Eazy E goes after Kurupt, Daz, Snoop, Dre and some other people on Death Row. It features Dirty Red. You should check out “Wut Would You Do”, dope song.

13. Gangsta Beat 4 Tha Street feat Menajahtwa, BG Knocc Out & Dresta 

The production is nice; it’s a feel good type track. The beat is definitely tight. Menajahtwa, Dresta, BG Knocc Out and Eazy E spit some verses on there. Check “Gangsta Beat 4 Tha Street” foe sho.

14. Eternal E 

This song doesn’t really have Eazy E verses on there. The beat is dope. Yella is on the intro, talking bout how Eazy wanted this track on this record. The beat is so west coast, it has that nice G Funk feel to it. It has parts from different Eazy E interviews on there, it is a nice track.


Overall, this is a nice album. It’s a classic; it has some highs and lows. But this album is real tight. You should definitely pick this album up. You need this CD in your collection. DJ Yella handled most of the production. The collaborations on there were really nice, from Dresta, to BG Knocc Out, to Sylk, to MC Ren. This is one of the best gangsta rap records I ever heard. I really loved this album.

Album Rating: 4.5/5

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