Released: 1993

“Gimme That Nutt” by Eazy-E is a brazen exploration of the rapper’s sexual escapades and a testament to his boastful nature. The lyrics are filled with graphic descriptions and explicit language that reflects his unapologetic approach to his desires. The song is buoyed by its rawness and characteristic Eazy-E humor, establishing a certain level of intimacy with listeners while maintaining a tongue-in-cheek tone throughout.

Starting out with “Cruisin’ down the street in my ’64,” Eazy-E is referring not just to a car; it represents the lifestyle of the era, recalling his N.W.A. days and their landmark track “Boyz-n-the-Hood.” This sets the stage for the sexual exploits that follow. The lyric “I took her to the pad, and we started to kiss” leads us into the explicit narratives of his sexual encounters. The phrase “pad” is hip-hop lingo for a house or apartment, a crucial term in understanding the geographical dynamics that pervade hip-hop culture.

When Eazy-E exclaims “Oh, Heidi, Heidi, Heidi you ho,” he’s not referencing a specific woman but using “Heidi” as a generic placeholder for the women he’s with. The real focus here is his self-professed prowess, a common theme in his lyrics. Throughout the song, Eazy repeatedly asserts “Gimme that, that, that nut,” a demand for sexual satisfaction that reinforces his hedonistic persona.

Eazy-E Gimmie That Nutt

The phrase “Back, back to the fuckin’ basics,” signals a return to his central theme of raw, unfiltered sexual encounters, a cornerstone of his notoriety. He expounds upon this with the declaration: “You know me, I like to slang”—where “slang” is a colloquial term for having sex. Eazy-E complements this streetwise bravado with a humorous outlook; “Like a lemon to the lime and the bumble to the bee” injects a playful tone into the otherwise graphic narrative, underscoring his irreverent approach to lyricism.

“Gimme That Nutt” is certainly not for the faint-hearted but for those who appreciate Eazy-E’s audacious persona and the raw explicitness that defined much of his discography. As crass as they might be, these lyrics are a crystal-clear reflection of Eazy-E’s unapologetic, uncensored self-expression—an essential aspect of his enduring legacy in hip-hop culture.