It's On (D̵r̵.̵ ̵D̵r̵e̵) 187um Killa is the second EP by rapperEazy-E released in 1993, as a response to Dr. Dre's The Chronic. The EP was certified 2x Multi-Platinum in 1994 by the RIAA. It is Eazy-E's most successful release, peaking at #5 on the Billboard 200 and #1 on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, while selling 110,600 copies in its first week. This is the last completed work Eazy made before he died in 1995.
The EP contained the Dr. Dre diss track "Real Muthaphuckkin G's". Eazy-E released music videos for "Any Last Werdz" and "Real Muthaphuckkin G's". It went multi-platinum and became one of Eazy-E's most popular recordings. Eazy-E was originally intending to release a follow up to Eazy-Duz-It named Temporary Insanity, which was going to be released as a double album. However, after the several insults Dr. Dre made in The Chronic, Eazy-E decided to release this EP. Dr. Dre is mentioned on every track but three: "Gimmie That Nutt", "Boyz N Tha Hood (G-Mix)" and "Any Last Werdz." The album is the first release under the newly established distribution deal with
Relativity and Epic that allowed Ruthless ownership of its master recordings.