Droop-E (born Earl Stevens Jr. in Vallejo, California) is a member of the production team The Pharmaceuticals and the son of Bay Area rapper E-40. He often works with his cousin B-Slimm.
Droop-E was born into a rapping family with E-40 as his father, B-Legit
and Turf Talk
as his father's cousins, D-Shot and Suga T as his father's brother and sister. His first record appearance came at age 5 when he was featured in "Questions" on E-40
' album. He also rapped on the track "It's All Bad" from E-40's 1995 album In a Major Way
, mimicking his father's style. His production debut was at the age of 15 for Turf Talk on Mack 10
's 2003 compilation, Ghetto, Gutter and Gangsta
|The Fetti Fetcher And The Money Stretcher (with B-Slimm)|