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Ruthless Records

Ruthless Records was an American record label, founded by Gangsta rapper Eazy-E and N.W.A. manager Jerry Heller, in Eazy's hometown of Compton, California in 1986.

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Andre Romell Young - Music Career - 1986–91: N.W.A and Ruthless Records
... Dre to record songs for Ruthless Records, a rap record label run by local rapper Eazy-E ... The Federal Bureau of Investigation sent Ruthless Records a warning letter in response to the song's content ... He also produced tracks for a number of other rap acts on Ruthless Records, including Above the Law, and The D.O.C ...
Mr. Eric Eazy-E Wright - Legal Issues
... Dre left Ruthless Records, executives Mike Klein and Jerry Heller sought assistance from the Jewish Defense League (JDL) ... Klein, a former Ruthless Records director of business affairs, said this provided Ruthless Records with leverage to enter into negotiations with Death Row Records over Dr ... While Knight had sought an outright release from Ruthless Records for Dr ...
Ruthless Records (Chicago)
... Ruthless Records was the name of a Chicago punk record label ... Ruthless Records was an independent label run as a cooperative of Jon Babbin, The Effigies, Naked Raygun and Steve Albini (Big Black) ... Kezdy was dissatisfied at the way Autumn Records handled their expenses and decided to start the label with Babbin ...
Ruthless Records - Former Artists
... and apl.de.ap, 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 ...

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