Mistah F.A.B. Feat. Raekwon, G-Eazy & Carl Thomas
Before he releases his 21-track album Son of a Pimp 2 at midnight, Bay legend Mistah F.A.B. looses one last single: "Pretty Girls" feat. the diverse cast of Raekwon, G-Eazy, & Carl Thomas. "Pretty Girls" is a slick West Coast jam with major summer vibes: pocket bass line, horn stabs, string pads provide a stirring backdrop for Fab and company to bless the microphone.
You & Me
Marc E. Bassy Feat. G-Eazy
Marc E. Bassy is an Bay Area-based singer that's developed quite the Soundcloud following, with other online platforms as well as an IRL following catching up to him quickly. He's been teasing this single with G-Eazy for a minute, and today he's finally ready to let fans hear what the two West Coast natives cooked up.
Random (Warriors Remix)
Last night was quite the night for basketball history. Not only did Kobe Bryant bow out with an extra 60 points to his name, but the Golden State Warriors broke an NBA record for the most wins in a season. It was a monumental night for both teams, although #MambaDay overshadowed the Warriors' game ever so slightly. While we've already heard several records paying tribute to Kobe, G-Eazy is an Oakland native and roots for the Warriors, and thus he's released an updated version of "Random" with lyrics that reflect that.
Order More (Remix)
G-Eazy Feat. Lil Wayne & Yo Gotti
If you're a G-Eazy fan, you're already very familiar with "Order More," one of the more immediate records from the rapper's recent When It's Dark Out LP. For those who haven't been paying attention to the G-Eazy wave, The Bay emcee has shared a new remix of the track that recruits both Lil Wayne and Yo Gotti, which should earn it quite a few more ears.
Light This Bitch Up
P-Lo Feat. G-Eazy & Jay Ant
All P-Lo does is eat, sleep, and produce verified Yay Area slappers. His latest effort is "Light This Bitch Up," a collab with current Baystar G-Eazy and fellow HBK citizen Jay Ant. "Light This Bitch Up" is a teaser from P-Lo's upcoming project Before Anything, which drops on Wednesday.
Me, Myself & I (No Sleep Remix)
G-Eazy Feat. Bebe Rexha
"Me, Myself & I" was the first single from G-Eazy's sophomore LP, When It's Dark Out, helping the album to earn an impressive sales week, outselling the likes of Rick Ross, Curren$y, and Kid Cudi. The single is still on its way up teh charts, but even with all the momentum it has, Eazy has made the smart decision to hace No Sleep remix the record, giving it an EDM-infused, club-ready version as well.
Everything Will Be Okay
G-Eazy Feat. Kehlani
G-Eazy's new album, When It's Dark Out, arrived today. We already have the full stream up on the site, via the ever-reliable Spotify, but G-Eazy has also thrown his collaboration with fellow L.A. native Kehlani on SoundCloud. In case you haven't heard enough leaks off the album yet to push you towards hitting that purchase button on iTunes, here's one last song.
One Of Them
G-Eazy Feat. Big Sean
The last leak we heard from G-Eazy's upcoming album, When It's Dark Out, was surprisingly lacking a VERY HOTTTT user rating. Perhaps the chilled out, r'n'b-esque sound of "For This" threw people off, but whatever the case, G-Eazy is back to something a bit harder on this new drop, "One of Them," featuring Big Sean.
G-Eazy Feat. IAMNOBODI
It seems like we've already received a ton of singles/leaks off G-Eazy's highly anticipated sophomore effort, When It's Dark Out, so let's hope he saves enough goodies for our album listening experience. The worst thing is to be super excited about an album, and then, upon listening for the first time, skip half of it because you've already heard those songs on repeat (while waiting for the full album to drop, know what I mean?).
G-Eazy continues to roll out new music in support of his upcoming album When It’s Dark Out.
G-Eazy Feat. Chris Brown & Tory Lanez
As it sits, G-Eazy is 4 for 4 on releases ahead of his sophomore album When It's Dark Out. Now "Drifting" feat. Chris Brown & Tory Lanez has leaked. Is he now 5 for 5? You be the judge. Tory Lanez takes the opening verse over a swirling production, full of reversed vocals, and then turns the mic over to Breezy who proceeds to slay the hook. G-Eazy then takes the reins, rapping on missing his old girlfriends, baring his regrets for all to see.
G-Eazy Feat. Starrah
G-Eazy has been giving us a varied sound when it comes to the leaks from his sophomore album, When It's Dark Out.
Want It All
Caleborate Feat. G-Eazy
G-Eazy has supported Caleborate on social media for awhile, and now he's dropped off a verse on the young Bay rapper's new single, "Want It All," which could prove to be Caleborate's breakout hit. It's immediately clear as to why Eazy has been promoting his up-and-coming neighbor, as Caleborate has attention-grabbing rhyming skills and and obvious charisma. He doesn't sound like anyone else in the Bay, either, which bodes well for his prospects of making it big.
The other night G-Eazy held an album listening session out in NYC to give the industry and possibly a few fans a preview of his anticipated sophomore effort, When It's Dark Out. We gleamed a thing or two from the event, including the inspiration behind the album, that being horror films, perhaps not so surprising given it's title.
Me, Myself & I
G-Eazy Feat. Bebe Rexha
G-Eazy announced the title of his sophomore album yesterday, and revealed the artwork too. He followed the album news with the first official single from When It's Dark Out.
Out The Way
Vell Feat. G-Eazy
Vell has kept a pretty low profile since he dropped his mixtape in August, Gone Too Far. The Oakland native has already been co-signed by fellow West Coasters like DJ Mustard and Ty Dolla $ign, and now the latest Oakland rapper to give Vell his approval is G-Eazy.
Need You Now
As he tends to do, Bay Area rapper G-Eazy has blessed his Soundcloud page with a bundle of three new records. The first we spotted was the Vinylz-produced "Say So," a bars-oriented banger, however there's also something for the ladies (and if anything, G-Eazy has a lot of lady-tumblr-enthusiast-fans, so I imagine this'll sit well with them) with "Need You," a melodic with a low-fi, fuzzy hook.
G-Eazy Feat. Marc E. Bassy
G-Eazy already hit us with a Vinylz-produced record today, and while it found him in fairly dark sonic territory, he's contrasted it with the bright, "Friend Zone," featuring a sunny hook from Marc E. Bassy and some pop-minded production from Nic Nac.
G-Eazy is preparing to release his sophomore album, but before that, he'll be dropping some free tracks to build hype -- deeming the move, "Eazy Season". He's off to a strong start, getting a beat from the always-impressive Vinylz, who challenges the rapper with some production that takes him out of his Bay Area roots (though he makes sure to name-check both E-40 and HBK).
Borgore Feat. G-Eazy
G-Eazy has a penchant for working in different styles of EDM and his latest feature comes on a single from Israeli dubstep producer Borgore. "Forbes" starts out with a late-night trappy feel while G-Eazy spits some super cocky party rhymes. Everything starts to climax around 45 seconds in, and as Eazy exclaims, "Look, mama, I made it to Forbes!", Borgore unleashes an ear-crushing bass drop that'll either make you wanna vomit or will have you womping about like a neanderthal, depending on your age and/or the amount of amphetamines in your system.