Roommates, Eazy E’s daughter is not happy about not being able to sample father’s music—and she took to social media to explain why. Rapper ReeMarkable, who is the daughter of the late Eazy E, recently vented her frustrations about not being allowed to partake in her father’s legacy by sampling his music.
ReeMarkable, who has been featured on the WE TV hit series, “Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta,” recently posted a video to Instagram detailing why she is so angry regarding being blocked from sampling the music of her father Eazy E.
ReeMarkable had this to say:
“So tired of the bulls**t games we gotta keep playing , I’m done being quite ! We want involvement when it come to our daddy , tired of my sister crying about the unfairness . I’m fed the f**k up … WE EAT OFF NOTHING MY DADDY LEFT BEHIND. What ever y’all see Us have we hustled to get . S**t too lame we get papers thrown at us but others don’t . We just wanna be apart of the legacy too …”
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#PressPlay: #EazyE’s daughter #Remarkable expresses her frustration with not being able to sample her father’s music even though other artists have been cleared to do so over the years. Meanwhile, #MeganTheeStallion is dropping new music sampling the “Boyz-n-the-Hood” song.
Her comments come on the heels of Megan Thee Stallion, who is set to release her new track “Girls In The Hood” featuring a sample of “Boyz-N-The-Hood”by N.W.A.—which Eazy E was a member of along with Ice Cube, Dr. Dre. M.C. Ren and DJ Yella.
“Girls In The Hood” will be released on June 26th and it follows the chart-topping success of her hit single “Savage.”
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