G-Eazy Details The Creation Of His Sophomore Album

Posted by , Sep 29, 2015 at 12:33pm

G-Eazy's new album should be out in the late fall.


G-Eazy experienced quite a breakthrough with the release of his official debut album, These Things Happen, but he still feels he's "under the radar". In the final part of our interview with the Bay Area rapper, he explains the obstacles he faced crafting the follow-up, "all of a sudden, everything pops off... you're on the road constantly, and -- where's the second album?"

Eazy revealed that instead of breaking under the pressure, he rose to the challenge, locking himself in the studio and recording until he was "drained" of inspiration, putting together somewhere around 60 songs.

While he'd be happy to put out the LP tomorrow, Eazy promised that the project should be out toward the end of the fall. He feels fans both new and old will be pleasantly surprised by the record, saying, "What's crazy is this is like a second album, but it's kind of like a debut at the same time, because I'm still an underdog."

Make sure to watch part 1 and part 2 of our interview, where Eazy talks about eating lobster with Jay Z, as well as working with Lil Wayne.

G-Eazy's new album should be out in the late fall.

G-Eazy experienced quite a breakthrough with the release of his official debut album, These Things Happen, but he still feels he's "under the radar". In the final part of our interview with the Bay Area rapper, he explains the obstacles he faced crafting the follow-up, "all of a sudden, everything pops off... you're on the road constantly, and -- where's the second album?"

Eazy revealed that instead of breaking under the pressure, he rose to the challenge, locking himself in the studio and recording until he was "drained" of inspiration, putting together somewhere around 60 songs.

While he'd be happy to put out the LP tomorrow, Eazy promised that the project should be out toward the end of the fall. He feels fans both new and old will be pleasantly surprised by the record, saying, "What's crazy is this is like a second album, but it's kind of like a debut at the same time, because I'm still an underdog."

Make sure to watch part 1 and part 2 of our interview, where Eazy talks about eating lobster with Jay Z, as well as working with Lil Wayne.

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