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How To Book E-40 For Your Event!
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Hit songs include: "U And Dat",
"Things'll Never Change", "Sprinkle
"Tell Me When To Go",
"Act A Ass", "1-Luv",
"Nah, Nah...", "Automatic",
"Rep Yo City",
"Function", "In This Thang Breh", "Petty",
"One Night Stand", "Captain Save A Hoe",
"Quarterbackin'", "Hope I Don't Go Back".
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Earl Stevens (born
November 15, 1967), better known by his stage name, E-40, is an American
rapper. He is a founding member of the rap group, The Click, and the founder of
Sick Wid It Records.
Stevens made his rap
debut as E-40 in 1986 with cousin Brandt Jones (performing as B-Legit),
sister Suga T, and brother D-Shot in the group, Most Valuable Players.
The group later
became The Click and released the EP, Let's Side, in 1990.
After completing a
deal with Jive Records, he signed with
Lil Jon's BME Recordings and
Warner Bros. Records. After the signing, he appeared on
Lil Jon's single, "Snap Yo
Fingers", also featuring Sean P of
became a hit, reaching the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100. Afterwards, his
single "Tell Me When To Go", featuring Oakland rapper,
Keak Da Sneak,
became popular throughout the United States, and E-40 appeared on MTV's
Direct Effect and BET's 106 & Park. Publicity for E-40 was
achieved through the MTV special, My Block: The Bay. He later released "U
And Dat" in April 2006, featuring
T-Pain and Kandi Girl and produced by
Hire E-40 for
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In 2006, he also
appeared on Tech N9ne's
Everready: The Religion CD on a track titled, "Jellysickle". In that same
year, he contributed a verse to the official remix of It's Okay (One Blood)
by fellow West coast rapper, the Game
along with 24 other prominent MCs. In 2008, E-40's new album, The Ball
Street Journal, came out, with "Wake it Up" featuring
Akon as the lead single.
On March 30, 2010,
E-40 released two albums, called Revenue Retrievin': Day Shift and
Revenue Retrievin': Night Shift. Both include guest appearances from
Bobby V, and more.
They debuted at numbers 47 & 49 respectively on the 200. The first single from
the Day Shift album is "Bitch", featuring
Too $hort. On March 29,
2011, E-40 released two albums, called Revenue Retrievin': Overtime
Shift and Revenue Retrievin': Graveyard Shift. They include guest
spots from Lil Jon,
Tech N9ne & more.
In 2012, E-40
released three solo albums: The Block Brochure: Welcome to the Soil
series 1, 2, and 3, and released a collaboration album with
Too $hort. The volumes
include Snoop Dogg,
Twista, Brotha Lynch, Andre
Nickatina, 2 Chainz, &
T-Pain as guests.
He made a cameo
appearance in the music video for
Young Jeezy's song,
"R.I.P." featuring 2 Chainz
in March 2013, and was also featured on the song's official "G-Mix" also
featuring Snoop Dogg
and Too $hort.
On May 21, 2013, he
released the first single from the three albums, "Ripped" featuring
Lil Jon. On July 18, he
premiered the second single, "All My Niggaz", featuring Danny Brown and
In 2019, he made a
guest appearance in the music video of "West Coast", performed by
Blueface, ALLBLACK and
In 2019, Practice
Makes Paper, promoted with "Chase the Money" -- featuring
A$AP Ferg, and
Schoolboy Q --
He returned in May
2020 with the EP, The Curb Commentator Channel 1, featuring appearances
by Wiz Khalifa,
Suga Free, K Camp, and
B-Legit. Terms & Conditions, a collaboration with
Too $hort, arrived that
December and was followed in March 2021 by the single "I Stand on That,"
featuring T.I. and
In 2022, he debuted
his supergroup, Mount Westmore, comprising
Ice Cube, and
Snoop Dogg. He also
issued the singles "It's Hard Not To" (with
Sada Baby) and "In the Air
Where It's Fair" (with Cousin Fik).
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