Eazy E – Real Muthaphuckkin G’s

Eazy-E released his single “Real Muthaphuckkin G’s” on August 26, 1993.  The song was a diss track aimed at Dr Dre and Snoop Dogg and featured rappers Dresta and B.G. Knocc Out.  It is considered one of the greatest diss songs in Hip Hop History.

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The beat has such a hard west coast feel to it that it’s impossible to dance to!  Los Angeles producer Rhythm D was behind the boards and produced one of his finest tracks next to Paperboy’s “Ditty”.  The beat was original yet 2 clever samples were used on this track.  To add insult to injury, they are two tracks that Dr Dre produced. He used  The D.O.C.’s line “stop him in his tracks, show him that I am Ruthless” from “It’s Funky Enough” and Eazy E’s “boy you should’ve known by know…Eazy duz it!” from “Eazy Duz It” of course!

After hearing “Fuck With Dre Day” on Dr Dre’s “Chronic” album and seeing the video, I never thought that Eazy E would have a comeback of this magnitude.  Not only is the song sonically dope, but what Eazy says on this track towards Dre and Snoop is one for the ages!  When Dre said,

Yeah it’s me so I’ma talk on
Stompin on the ‘Eazy’est streets that you can walk on
So strap on your Compton hat, your locs
And watch your back cause you might get smoked, loc
And pass the bud, and stay low-key
B.G. cause you lost all your homey’s love
Now call it what you want to
You fucked wit me, now it’s a must that I fuck wit yo

we knew Eazy had to have a response.  The response was more than clear.  The response had us laughing and shed light to something we never knew before, “Dre Day only meant Eazy’s payday”.  We later found out that Suge Knight tried to get Dr Dre’s contract released from Ruthless Records, but when he was unsuccessful Eazy E continued to get paid from what Dr Dre was producing and recording.   Not a bad deal!

 

[Intro]
Comp-ton
Comp-ton
Comp-tonReal motherfucking G’s…
Real motherfucking G’s…
Real motherfucking G’s…

[Verse One]
Hey Yo doctor, here’s another proper track
and it’s phat, watch the sniper, time to pay the piper
and let that real shit provoke, see you’s a wanna be ‘loc
and you’ll get smoked and I hope that your fans understand
when you talk about spraying me, the same records that you makin’ is paying me
Motherfuck Dre
Motherfuck Snoop
Motherfuck Death Row
Yo, and here comes my left blow
’cause I’m the E-A-Z-Y-E, and this is the season
to let the Real motherfucking G’s in, you like a kid
you found a pup and now your dapper,
but tell me where the fuck you found an anorexic rapper
talking ’bout who you go squabble with and who you shoot
you’re only 60 pounds when you’re wet and wearing boots
damn E, they tried to fade you on Dre Day
But Dre Day only meant Eazy’s pay day
all of a sudden Dr. Dre is a G thing,
but on his old album cover he was a she thing
so nigga please, nigga please don’t step to these motherfuckin’ real G’s

Stop him in his tracks, show him that I am ruthless
Yo Dre, what’s up? [bang] Boy you should’ve known by now
Stop him in his tracks, show him that I am ruthless
Yo Dre, what’s up? [bang] Boy you should’ve known by now

Now every day it’s a new rapper, claiming to be dapper then the Dresta,
smoother then a bitch but portray the role of gangster,
ain’t broke a law in your life, yet every time you rap
you rap about the guns and knives, just take a good look
at the Nigga, and you’ll capture the fact,
that the bastard is simply just an actor,
who mastered the bang and the slang and the Mental,
of niggas in Compton, Watts, and South Central
never ever once have you ran with the turf,
yet in every verse you claim you used to do the dirt,
but tell me who’s a witness to your fucking work,
so you never had no business,
so save the drama jerk,
niggas straight kill me knowing that they pranksters,
this is going out to your studio gangsters,
see I did dirt, put in work, and many niggas can vouch that,
so since I got stripes I got the right to rap about that,
but niggas like you
I gotta hate you, ’cause I’m just tired of Suburbian Niggas
talking about they coming from projects
knowing you ain’t seen the parts of the streets G
think you trying bang around the time of the peace treaty
wearing khakis and you mob while you rhyme, little fag tried to sag,
but you’re flooding at the same time,
and you set don’t accept you, so you scared to kick it with your homies
’cause you know they don’t respect you,
So nigga please check nuts before you step to these, motherfucking real G’s

[Verse Three]
Well, it the Knocc Out, definition original baby gangster
approach me like you hard, motherfucker I’m gonna bank you
shank you, with my fucking shank, if I have to
Dr. Dre an Snoop Doggy Dogg are fucking actors
pranksters, studio gangsters, busters
but this time you’re dealing with some real motherfuckers
G’s, nigga please, don’t try to step
because if you do, and I pill cap is all that would be left see,
young niggas like me will break you off something,
claiming my city, but Dre you ain’t from Compton
Niggas like you all is what I call wannabe’s
it ain’t shit compared to real motherfuckin’ G’s

Stop him in his tracks, show him that I am Ruthless
Yo Dre, what’s up? [bang]
boy ya should’ve know by now
Stop him in his tracks, Show him I’m ruthless!
Yo Dre, what’s up? [bang]

I never met an OG who never did shit wrong
you tried to diss the Eazy-E so now nigga it’s on you
and your Doggy Dogg, think your all honk and shit
both of you bitches, can come and suck my Doggy dick
beating a bitch don’t make you shit, but then again some Niggas
think it makes a man, Damn it’s a trip
how a nigga could switch so quick from wearing lipstick
to smoking on Chronic at picnics, and now you think your bigger
but to me you ain’t nothing but a bitch ass Nigga
who ain’t worth a food stamp, but at
Death Row, I hear your getting treated like Boot camp
gotta follow your sergeant’s directions, or get your ass
pumped with a Smith and Wesson, learn a lesson from the E
Stay in your place and don’t step to Real motherfucking G’s

Stop him in his tracks, Show him I’m ruthless!
Yo Dre, what’s up? [bang]
boy you should have known by now..
Stop him in his tracks, Show him I’m ruthless!
Yo Dre (what’s up?) [Bang]
Boy you should have known by now…

Stop him in his tracks, show him I’m ruthless!
Yo Dre (what’s up?) [bang]
Boy you should have known by now, Eazy does it….

When I heard this track, I was left speechless.  The track was “gangsta” to the max and in my honest opinion was the better diss track.  Sure, Dr Dre won the war while Eazy won the battle, but this will go down in history as one of the dopest diss tracks of all time.  When you hear “muthafuck Dre, muthafuck Snoop, muthafuck Death Row…” you know it was on!  The only thing I found curious is that Eazy did not step to Suge Knight at all.  He calls him a “sergeant” because he’s running a “boot camp”, but that is far from an insult. I’m guessing he was really terrified of what Suge could do to him and his family.  Nonetheless, it became an iconic track that everyone (and their grandma) know all the words to, especially Eazy’s lines!  We salute you Eazy E on this anniversary!

-Al E.

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