Ruthless Records - Former Artists

Former Artists

  • Eazy-E
  • N.W.A
  • Dr. Dre
  • Bone Thugs-N-Harmony
  • Ice Cube
  • Atban Klann (consisting of and, who later after leaving Ruthless Records, teamed up with Taboo to form the Black Eyed Peas on the Interscope label)
  • Brownside
  • Blood of Abraham
  • J.J. Fad
  • Kokane
  • Above the Law
  • Yomo & Maulkie
  • MC Ren
  • Penthouse Players Clique
  • Dresta
  • B.G. Knocc Out
  • Da Productz
  • Menajahtwa
  • The D.O.C.
  • Kid Frost
  • Michel'le
  • Tairrie B
  • H.W.A.
  • Jimmy Z
  • Rhythum D
  • N.X. Nation Unknown
  • DJ Yella
  • DJ U-Neek
  • Stevie Stone
  • Hopsin

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