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An inner city youth that migrated from Avalon Gardens back to Western with major family ties in Compton and Watts. Deadly lyricists that originated on The West Coast. One of the two original founders of L.E.G, “Loesta and Cashish” South Central to Compton based influential Rap Artist.
Member of L.E.G. Intense Huslas and The Instatution. Worked and collaborated with “Eazy-E” on "The Impact of A Legend"studio album with the title hits “Eazy 123”, And “Ruthless Life”,. Loesta also created with the Platinum producer "Tha Genie"Rhythm D and on the "Intense Husla" album was the soundtrack for the movie “Banged Out” Starring "Clifton Powell, Directed by Richie Mac."
More Artists Loesta has worked with : Eazy-E, LocoSab,, Phalos Mode. Gangsta from The Comradz,1st Generation, Instatution. Cashish, Steffon, Menace Clan, Bokie Loc, The Legendary KoKane, Enois Scroggins, Tony Muthaphukkn G,Eazy E3,Knowledge,Yung Eazy,Slip Capone,Faided,Tazz
Influences: NWA, Eazy-E, Comptons Most Wanted, Spice 1, 2pac, L.E.G. Above The Law, Miles Davis, Chaka Khan, Parliament, Tha Dogg Pound, Ghetto Boys, D.O.C. EPMD, Eric B and Rakim. MC REN, Special Ed, Comradz. South Central Cartel. Kam, King Tee,
Respect to all the vital elements of this west coast music onslaught. Album is in production as of now entitled Epic. The first solo project from Loesta. Independently but it is for sure to register in the big leagues amongst the Elite M.C’s of the past and present.
With a demanding and unique Ruthless Sound, Loesta hold’s this album down with proffesionalism. Authority but still simple Gangsta Hardcore West Coast Rida Music and Hood. The Only way to explain Loe or Categorize him is to buy the album. “The Innovater A Tha Hard music A Tha Latest” Keep It Ruthless - LOESTA
A mad man from tha streets / A Ruthless Hustla / Eazy-E, Tha Hip Hop Thugsta - Eazy-E
Impact of a Legend is an EP released in 2002 composed of remixed and unreleased material from the late rapper Eazy-E. The album was promoted by former bandmate and rival Ice Cube, whom Eazy had made peace with shortly before his death in 1995. The tracks on the album were supposed to be on the Str8 off tha Streetz of Muthaphukkin Compton album.
Though Eric Wright succumbed to AIDS in 1995, it's a testimony to the strength of his vision that his legacy has endured through this third posthumous release. A founder member of the groundbreaking rap band NWA, Eazy E later feuded with his fellow artists (even going so far as to simulate the murder of one of them, Dr. Dre, on 1993's "It's On (Dr. Dre) 187um Killa"), and courted controversy with murderous jibes at the police and the F.B.I.
In what is also something of a tribute to the violent and creative impulses of its creator, IMPACT OF A LEGEND still sounds fresh today. Cuts such as "Cock the 9," "Ruthless Life,"Eazy 1,2,3" and "Still Fuckem" retain their dramatic impact, and in places E's rapping sounds almost musical--though not enough to obscure the ugliness of lines such as "A bitch is a bitch..." Although these tracks were all recorded in the mid-'90s, the sound is vintage rather than dated; the rap world may have caught up with Eazy E's vision, but it hasn't yet surpassed it.
.CD+DVD. W/ 6 Prev.Unrel.Songs.
Recorded at Paramount Recording, Los Angeles, California.
Personnel includes: Eazy-E, Sacraphyce, Phalos Mode, The Genie, Cashish, Loesta, Paperboy, Loco S.A.B., Rhythm D, Roc Slanga.