Jerry Heller Says Eazy-E Planned To Kill Suge Knight In An Interview!!

Jerry Heller founded Ruthless Records with Eazy-E in 1986, which would launch some of hip hop’s greatest careers in the history of the game. From all the legendary members of NWA from Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, to other iconic rap groups like Bone Thugs In Harmony, Ruthless Records was doing great numbers and was the biggest upstart Record company of the time. Recently in an interview Jerry Heller, who maintains that him and Eazy had a father and son like relationship, said that Eazy-E made plans to kill Suge Knight, prior to Suge’s apparent takeover of the L.A. Rap scene. Eazy who’s real name was Eric Wright, told Jerry that he wanted to kill Suge Knight as a strategic move, but Heller who said the company was taking in $10 Million dollars a month talked Eazy out of it though now he might regret it. Heller was quoted as saying, “You know something? I should have let him kill him. You know? I would have done the world a favor. He would have done it for sure by himself. He always rolled by himself and he was fearless…I think that he was going to go do it. I took him seriously. He was right and I was wrong, I shouldn’t have talked him out of it. Ruthless would probably still be around. Dr. Dre and Ice Cube would probably still be with Ruthless. It would have been an empire.” To hear more of what Jerry had to say, check the interview down bellow.

IFWT Would Like To Say Happy Birthday To Dr. Dre

The Aftermath ENT. mogul has turned 48 today. Dr. Dre has been is this game for a long while now and I’m sure the greatness will continue. Happy Birthday Dr. Dre, ENJOY !!! Drop down bottom for more.

DOWNLOAD: Mister Cee “Who’s Your Favorite 80’s Group” Mix On @Hot97 Throwback At Noon

While everybody else is talking about the Presidential Debates, Hot 97’s Mister Cee sparks up a new debate on the Tri-State airwaves. First he blessed us with the 90’s Groups Mix now he takes it a decade earlier with some of our favorite Hiphop Groups of the 1980’s. DJ RellyRell

(Classic Video) N.W.A. “Straight Outta Compton”

Everyday at 5pm we will be posting a classic video that meant something in hip hop.. (If you have a favorite classic video let us know)Straight Outta Compton” is the Lead Single from N.W.A’s second album . It was released in (1988). It also appears on N.W.A’s Greatest Hits with an extended mix and The best of N.W.A. “Straight out of Compton” along with “Fuck The Police”are arguably N.W.A.’s most well known songs. It is ranked number 6 on VH1’s 100 Greatest Songs of Hip Hop. The opening verse is rapped by Ice Cube. Mc Ren delivers the second, and Eazy-E the third verse. @djmikesessions @funkmasterflex

SWAGGER x Spring & Summer 2011 Collection

Notorious is the title given to the upcoming Spring/Summer 2011 collection from SWAGGER and it is inspired by notorious iconography from gangs, films and of course rap music. Key selections of colors used in this collection is black, navy and red colors that translates the theme vividly, shouts to FM. Simple designs reminds us of the 90’s streetwear and there is the N.W.A. inspired font play, paying tribute to the group that popularized the gangsta rap movement. Bandanna patterns and designs are used plentifully on hoodies, t-shirts, caps and tote bags, tying into gang culture. All of the initial delivery items will be available at SWAGGER stores in Japan and dealers world wide this weekend, Saturday, January 15th. The Notorious print soooo mean! @DjJuanyto

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