When we last talked to G-Eazy he mentioned he would have his mixtape out in August, but it’s due out in two weeks. Though, if he keeps putting out shit like this, I think no one would mind the wait.
“Lady Killers” is more of a G-Eazy sound, but Hoodie Allen fits in nicely: a nice balance of rap and a little singing
G-Eazy’s forthcoming mixtape, Must Be Nice, is due September 26.
We recently we caught up with G-Eazy at Vans Warped Tour in the Pomona, CA stop of the tour. He talked about the work on his new album, playing in Warped Tour, John Lennon, his kicks, and his onesie. Check out the interview below and look out for the video later this week.
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The last week has been filled with buzz about an album from two guys named Kanye and Jay-Z, but there has been no shortage of good music elsewhere in the music world. We had great words for G-Eazy when we posted his last mixtape, and he’s been putting good music out in a consistent form.
The New Orleans-based rapper in G-Eazy has one of the steadiest flows from many of the young rappers and the mixtape is all that: steady hip-hop. Download the mixtape below and check out the music video for “Runaround Sue:”
As a music blogger, I go through tons of music from artists and bands that either email or tell me to check them out via Twitter. I appreciate that, by the way. Most of the time the rappers can’t rap, the singers can’t sing, and the bands just suck. But, the other day, I spotted some gold. I’m a sucker for hip-hop artists sampling indie in a Chiddy Bang-esque way. G-Eazy puts the West Coast hip-hop style in an East Cost form. Just imagine Pac Div and a mellow Pharrell.