E-40 owns Sick-wid-it Records that is an independent label.
He is featured on a remix of rapper The Game's song "It's Okay (One Blood)".
His album "My Ghetto Report Card" debuted at #1 on the Billboard Rap Album chart in 2006.
There have been at least four remixes made of his song "Tell Me When to Go".
The following artists are featured in E-40's music video for his song, "Tell Me When to Go":
Keak Da Sneak
The Crest Creepaz
Lil Jon, Rick Rock, Droop-E, and Kanye West produced E-40's album "My Ghetto Report Card".
His album "My Ghetto Report Card" is 1 hour, 14 minutes and 45 seconds long.
His 2007 album, titled "My Ghetto Report Card" has 20 tracks on it.
He is good friends with rapper Lil' Jon.
The group "The Click" featured E-40, his cousin B-Legit, his brother D-Shot, and his sister Suga T.
His two most famous singles are "Tell Me When to Go" and "U and Dat".
All Albums Released by E-40:
1994: The Mail Man
1995: In a Major Way
1996: Tha Hall of Game
1998: The Element of Surprise
1999: Charlie Hustle: The Blueprint of a Self Made Millionaire
2000: Loyalty and Betrayal
2002: The Ballatician: Grit & Grind
2003: Breakin News
2004: The Best of E-40: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
2006: My Ghetto Report Card
He wrote his own book called E-40's book of slang.
He donated $12,000.00 to his former high school's drum line.
He hosts a weekly radio show on the KMEL.
His album "My Ghetto Report Card" debuted at #1 on the Billboard Rap Album chart.
E-40 has done tracks with MC Hammer, but these tracks were never released.
He has collaborated with many artists including Ice Cube, Keak Da Sneak, Tupac Shakur, Bone Thugs N Harmony, Mitchy Slick, Brotha Lynch Hung, Too $hort, Twiztid, and Tech N9ne.
He decided he wanted to start rapping after seeing a talent show at Grambling State University.
The "E" in this name E-40 comes from his name Earl.
He first started rapping in a group called "Most Valuable Players".
He made his rapping debut in 1992.
E-40 is starting up his own record company with fellow rapper Too $hort. It is called Bay Mac Entertainment.
He has been involved with all of the following labels: Sick Wid It, Jive, BME, and Warner Bros.
Over the years he has acquired many nicknames which are: Charlie Hustle, E-Bonics, 40 Fonzarelli, The Ambassador of the Bay, The Ballatician, 40 Belafonte, E-Pheezy, Fortywater, E-4-0, and Earl Poppin' His Collar.
He attended high school at Hogan High School in Vallejo and California High School in San Ramon.
His latest album was released on March 14th, 2006 and is titled "My Ghetto Report Card".
E-40 has been a major factor in popularizing the hyphy movement.
He is good friends with his cousin, rapper B-Legit.
He has a gospel uncle that inspired him to rap.
As of 2007 he has 12 singles.
E-40 is working on upcoming artist Young Kilo's new album.
He opened a nightclub in downtown San Jose.
E-40 has his own line of liquor called Cloud 9.
E-40 and former NFL player Chester McGlockton opened a Fatburger franchise in California.
He used to be a member of "The Click".
He is the brother of D-Shot.
His height is 6'1" (1.85 m).
His nickname is 40 Water.
He regards himself as one of the most underrated rappers ever.
His sister is the rapper Suga T.
E-40 has worked with artists such as Tech N9ne, Lil Jon, 2Pac, T-Pain, Twiztid, Keak da Sneak, and Yukmouth.
As of January 2007, he has 10 albums.