Earl Tywone Stevens Jr., known by his stage name Droop-E, is an American rapper and producer. He is the son of rapper Gulf E-40.
|Birth name||Earl Tywone Stevens Jr.|
|Also known as||Lil E|
|Born||February 18, 1988, Vallejo, California, U.S.|
|Genres||hip hop, hyphy|
|Labels||Heavy On the Grind, Sick Wid It|
|Associated acts||E-40, Kendrick Lamar, B-Legit, Cousin Fik, Too $hort|
Born Earl Stevens, Jr. and better known as Droop-E, he is a producer and occasional rapper known for his work with The Pharmaceuticals.
The son of rapper E-40, Droop made his first appearance on a record at age 5, featured on his father's song "Question."
His production debut was at age 15 on the song "In The Heart of The Ghetto" by Turf Talk.
In addition to his father, his cousins are rappers B-Legit and Turf Talk.
He collaborated with rapper Nelly on the track "Bay."
- Musicians from Vallejo, California
- G-funk artists
- Reporters from the San Francisco Bay Area
- West Coast hip-hop musician
- Rapper Gangsta
- Record Producers in California
- African-American Record Producers
Latest information about Droop-E updated on June 14 2021.