Im wery thankful that westcoast G-funk artists, especially Eazy-e started Lowriding and rapping about Lowriders.
For me growing up in Stockholm, Sweden in the late 80's and early 90's this was the first and only time I got in contact with Lowriders. I remember it made a huge impact on me and all of my friends, we tried to act and look like them. We couldnt afford or drive cars so we just sported Khakis and Chucks, drinkin 40's and bumping G-funk on our ghettoblasters. We were cool no doubt LOL!
Anyhow, Im very thankful for cats like Eazy who spread the Lowriding-phenomenon worldwide or else I probably would never got in contact with the Lowriding lifestyle.
Glad to se that Eazys old ride is in good hands! Thanks for starting this topic, and keep the pics coming.
beautiful car...glad to see some one will preserve it and keep it OG the way e-z had it...much props on ur 63 enjoy it to the fullest. now thats a piece of west cost history you got there.
im good friends with eazy's rip producer rhythm d.im gonna show him a pic of the trey
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