G-Eazy News

 
  • Cover of Charts Don’t Lie: August 24
    This week we're seeing several new hip-hop and r'n'b entries on Charts Don't Lie, or more to the point, the Billboard 200. Nothing too crazy happened though, with r'n'b singer Tank taking our top spot, but that's only with a debut at #13 (selling 17,000 units).
  • Cover of Childish Gambino Goes On Twitter Rant, Tweets "I Wanna Be A White Rapper"
    Early this morning, Childish Gambino embarked upon one of the biggest Twitter rants of the year. He called his lengthy spiel a "poem," and it seems to have stemmed from someone jokingly calling him a white rapper, but in it, he touches on recent issues of race in and outside of the hip-hop world.
  • Cover of Charts Don't Lie: July 6
    Last week we saw r'n'b/pop take over the Billboard 200, and this week we finally see the return of rap to some of the top spots within the Billboard 200. Impressively, G-Eazy's third studio album comes in highest this week nabbing the #3 spot.
  • Cover of First Week Sales For Ab-Soul, G-Eazy & Riff Raff Are Here
    Several independent rap releases made their way on to the Billboard charts this past week, with Ab-Soul, RiFF RaFF and G-Eazy all dropping new albums in recent times. The debut numbers for each artist have arrived today, and G-Eazy's These Things Happen LP managed to come out on top of the others. Surprised or nah?
  • Cover of Stream G-Eazy's New Album "These Things Happen"
    G-Eazy's new album These Things Happen dropped today, and coinciding with the album's release G-Eazy has made the project available to stream in its entirety on Spotify.
  • Cover of G-Eazy Talks Bay Area Influence & His SXSW Experience
    Yesterday we let go our sit-down with G-Eazy's touring partner Tory Lanez, and today we're back with an exclusive interview with the headliner, Young Gerald aka G-Eazy.
  • Cover of Underrated Audio: January 11- January 17
    Underrated Audio aims to bring to your attention several tracks from the last seven days that were overlooked.
  • Cover of G-Eazy Announces "These Things Happen" Tour With Rockie Fresh
    Oakland, California native G-Eazy dropped off a new remix today, which features his newly-announced touring partners Rockie Fresh and Tory Lanez.
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