Lil Eazy-E or Lil Eazy  (born Eric Wright Jr. in Compton California (April 23, 1984), he is the first son of rapper Eazy-E. He also grew up in the same house and neighborhood. He also is affiliated with the (Kelly Park Compton Crips) KPCC.


The game

Lil Eazy- E and fellow Compton City rapper The Game, created music together but they had a falling out. When Lil E started to question The Game real motives behide using his father name (Eazy-E). The Game took shots at Lil E in a diss track titled 120 bars. Lil Eazy -E retaliated with a diss track called (Comin From Compton).

Studio albums


  • 2005: Compton For Life Volume 1
  • 2006: This Ain’t A Game
  • 2006: Cali Untouchable Radio 14: Rebirth Of Gangsta Rap

 Also Featured On

  • “A Lil’ Eazier Said” – Eazy-E – Eternal E (1995)
  • “Lets Get It Crackin'” (with RizzyBoy) – True Crime: Streets of LA (2003)
  • “Consequences” – True Crime: Streets of LA (2003)
  • “We The Shit” (with Caviar) – O.G. Daddy V – O.G. Daddy V Presents Compton’s Finest Mixtape Volume 1 (2003)
  • “My Confession” – The Game – Nigga Witta Attitude (2006)
  • “Men Of Respect” (with Jim Jones & Rell) Papoose – The Fourth Quarter Assassin (2006)
  • “What We Claimin’ (Edited)” – DJ Nik Bean – Streetz Of L.A. 6 (2008)
  • Rap Or Die Vol. 3
  • September 7th – Western Hospitality 2
  • September 7th – Western Hospitality 3
  • “Come Outta Compton” – Spider Loc – Bangadoshish (G-Unit West Special Edition) (2006)
  • “The New West Coast” (with Mr. Capone-E) – Thug Radio Mixtape 15: Hard As Steel (2006)
  • “This Ain’t A Game” (feat. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony) – Waist Deep (2006)


Official Website

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