Eric Wright Jr. (born April 23 1984), better known by his stage name Lil Eazy-E, is an American rapper and the eldest son of gangsta rap pioneer Eazy-E.
Wright was born and raised in Compton, California, in the same house his father grew up in. He was ten years old when his father died of AIDS. He first appeared on the hip hop scene with Daz, during which time an independent album release was expected. However, no contract was actually signed, and this led to an eventual feud between the two rappers..
Lil Eazy-E left Virgin Records for a deal with Blackground and Universal Motown Records Group in 2006. He created the recording label Kings of L.A. Entertainment. The group Kings of L.A. is Lil Eazy, DL (the producer), & Young Mav. The label had a distribution deal with Virgin Records.