Jerry Heller

Jerry Heller

Gerald E. "Jerry" Heller (born October 6, 1940) is best known for managing West Coast rap group N.W.A. and rapper Eazy-E. He is co-founder and CEO of Ruthless Records. Heller managed War, Average White Band, Marvin Gaye, Michel'le, A.L.T. and Frost, as well as Creedence Clearwater Revival, Van Morrison, and Otis Redding.

Read more about Jerry HellerManaging The Rise of West Coast Rap, Death Row Records and Jewish Defense League, After N.W.A.

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Jerry Heller - After N.W.A.
... broke up in 1991, with Ice Cube and Dre departing and aiming vicious diss raps at Heller, Ruthless, and Eazy ... Heller continued to work in rap, prompting the rise in Hispanic hip-hop at Hit-a-Lick Records ... Heller's memoir, Ruthless, written with Gil Reavill, was published by Simon Schuster/Simon Spotlight Entertainment in 2006 ...

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