What Are Some Of The Records That Mean The Most To E-40?

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Last week, Pitchfork ran their 5-10-15-20… series with Vallejo, California star E-40. The innovative concept feature looks at the records that shaped an artist through their own upbringing.

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Earl went in-depth about some of his choices, which included the Reverend Al Green, Miguel, and Stevie Wonder. In addition to three selections from his own ’90s and 2000s catalog, 40 Water picked these two cuts, which Heads may appreciate:

Still convinced the visual concept from this 1991 breakthrough video inspired some of the present-day Cialis commercials:

And this surprising inclusion, to which everybody seems to know all the words to:

Read the whole E-40 x Pitchfork feature.

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