Igniting a gangsta-rap explosion in the late '80s, West Coast icons N.W.A. set the raw and rugged template for modern hardcore hip-hop. With their 1988 debut album, Straight Outta Compton, the group brought an outlaw attitude to their explicit rhymes about the violence and struggle of life in L.A. Former members Ice Cube and Dr. Dre went on to legendary solo careers, but founder Eazy-E tragically died of AIDS in 1995. Find out why N.W.A. were dubbed “the world's most dangerous group” with these game-changing tracks.