G-Eazy takes a moment out from his growing career to pause and double check to see if it's really on the right path. He's planning on releasing his next album Must Be Nice on September 26.
Brando sent me this collaboration with G-Eazy over not too long ago, knew I had to post it after hearing it. Doing what we all do really isn't as simple as it may seem to be and that's exactly what the two address.
If you didn't know, DJ Carnage is the same producer who did the production for the A$AP Rocky and Theophilus London posted earlier. He's back with some ignorant verses from him and G-Eazy for your speakers. This was released earlier this week but I wanted to save it for the weekend. Ahh screw it:
Usually, G-Eazy spits over some classic sample with some hard bars and catchy flows. This time, G-Eazy switches it up quite a bit. He pairs with Dominque LeJeune, who he just happened to see singing at a small backyard concert, and brings her into the study to make a pretty heartfelt and serious affair.
Five days into 2012 and already we get a heavy slugger from G-Eazy and two others who I honestly haven't heard before but I really thought Meta had a great verse and flow. It's always nice to hear rappers go in just for kicks and making it seem so effortless.
G-Eazy manages to squeeze in a banger before 2011 comes to a close. The man has had a busy year with graduating, releasing Endless Summer, and touring with Shwayze. 2012 will be even bigger. "Lost In Translation" samples "PONPONPON". G-Eazy seriously has the biggest comfort zone.
How many rappers do you know can flip Marry Poppins and turn it into a Hip-Hop track? I know one. G-Eazy murders this quite so. He's going to need to invest into a casket for his competition soon.
The Endless Summer is finally here. Let G-Eazy take you on a trip back to 1961 as he raps over his favorite classic songs and turns things into an throwback massacre. It's got a pretty guest list too with features from Sonny Shotz and Skizzy Mars. All graphic design and beats were done by G-Eazy as well. This isn't just an album or mixtape, this is a full blown project.
Stream below and get a little insight into G-Eazy's view of how the times may have been if we were born a generation sooner. Direct download below.
Was G-Eazy trying to give a shout out to The Quiet Floor with that library scene? Absolutely. G-Eazy carries on with the Endless Summer releases with visuals for Runaround Sue. This video is just dripping in vintage like G-Eazy dumped it in a tank of melted ice-cream from one of these guys. To download the track you have to give his website a holler.
Endless Summer drops on August 9.
Some new G-Eazy fresh out the oven with a killer beat and sample. I'm really digging the vintage theme that he's been working in for The Endless Summer. From the artwork and even down to the beat. I've always said this guy understands presentation so props to him and his team for paying that much attention to the little details.
The track itself is fun and even a little comical. Isn't that how a endless summer should be? Release date is set for August 9. A new video should be dropping soon. Oh by the way, the beat and artwork were all done by the same guy rapping below: