E. Fields (Eryc Parnell Fields II), is a rapper/songwriter from Oakland, CA. He is the son of 1980's soul/funk legend Richard "Dimples" Fields, who in 1982 sold over 1 million copies of his LP "Mr. Look So Good", due in part to the success of the number 1 r&b hit "If It Ain't 1 Thing, It's Another". Aside from his career as a musician, E. Fields is also involved in several business ventures, including Game Related Records, for which he not only records, but is also president/CEO. "My pops used to tell a story about when he was just starting out in the music business," says Fields. "He said he got tired of waiting to be discovered by a major record company, so he decided he'd discover himself and release his music independently. He started his own record label, DRK (Dat Richfield Kat), and the rest is history. I chose to follow in those same footsteps." In 2009, Fields became Game Related's flag-ship artist with the release of his critically acclaimed, full-length debut album "HandleBars". Notable songs include the hits, "Spend Some Time" "How I'm Livin'" "My Name Ring Bells" and "Am I A Player?". It is currently available online at www.gamerelatedrecords.com and at all bay-area Rasputin's. At press time, Fields is hard at work on his sophomore cd, tentatively titled "Golden Gate Fields", scheduled for release in early 2010 on Game Related Records.