Fresh off the success of his full-length album These Things Happen, G-Eazy aka Rap Game James Dean connects with New York's French Montana for the hater-targeted "Say."
Over triumphant keys, G-Eazy has a message for those who thought he wouldn't (or couldn't) make it as a rapper. As he says, "no one saw this coming, like where is this rapper from and what is his career becoming?" It's pretty accurate, as most of us were surprised by the debut week numbers of These Things Happen, which made a no. 3 Billboard 200 debut.
G-Eazy's letting this one go free, so fans enjoy. You can also peep his recent "I Mean It (Remix)" with Ricky Rozay and Remo here.
I came to the game to stay not just to visit
And now I got a buzz like I popped six klonopin
Grew up in the Bay, swishers what I put chronic in
Drink it straight if anything I might just put some tonic in
I'm proving 'em wrong again with the shit I'm accomplishing