G-Eazy Songs

  • Out The Way
    Out The Way
    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
    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.
  • Friend Zone
    Friend Zone
    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. 
  • Say So
    Say So
    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). 
  • Forbes
    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. 
  • I Like Tuh (Remix)
    I Like Tuh (Remix)
    In February, DJ Carnage released a banger featuring ILoveMakonnen, "I Like Tuh." Makonnen often receives mixed reviews from users on HNHH, but this record was pretty well-received-- it's not hard to see why, the beat is catchy. Today Carnage brings us back to the song, with the addition of Lil Wayne and Bay Area spitter G-Eazy on the official remix.
  • Running
    The third of three new G-Eazy songs, "Running," has production from Michael Keenan. The song was released along with "Oh Well" (!llmind) and "You Got Me" (Southside 808 Mafia). Just looking at those producers alone and you'd expect different sounds on each leak, and you'd be right.
  • You Got Me
    You Got Me
    G-Eazy dropped off a new record yesterday, "Oh Well," which is actually one of three new leaks from the Bay Area rapper. This isn't the first time he's released a trio of records all at once, he did the same thing back in Decmeber, but it's been a minute. This flood of music is preparing fans for a new project G-Eazy has in the works, to follow up last summer's These Things Happen.
  • Oh Well
    Oh Well
    Talking about how small your circle of friends is seems to be en vogue in the 2010s, as we've seen a number of examples of rappers informing us just how few real friends they actually have. G-Eazy throws his hat into this ring on his new track "Oh Well," the first lines of which are:
  • Champion
    To celebrate the Golden State Warriors winning the NBA Championship this year, Bay Area’s very own Kehlani, Iamsu!, G-Eazy, and Lil B decided to unite for this appropriately titled tribute track called “Champion”. Produced by HBK Gang’s own P-Lo, listen as each respective artist put on for their Bay Area and reference several players from the NBA’s best team, including the obvious Curry & Klay Thompson name drops of course. Take a listen and let us know who had the best verse?
  • Got It Like That
    Got It Like That
    Can I have it like that? Pell and G-Eazy got it like that. The New Orleans rapper really impressed us with his 2014 tape Floating While Dreaming, and it now appears that he also got G-Eazy's attention with the project, as the Bay Area MC now steps up to lend his talent to a remix of one of Pell's finest tracks. 
  • Bonfire
    In case you still haven't heard Audio Push's The Good Vibe Tribe mixtape (and the only suitable reason is because you got way too stoned yesterday and you forgot), we're highlighting another stand-out cut off the tape today with the G-Eazy-featured "Bonfire." Over relaxed, guitar-strumming production from CoryaYo, the West Coast rappers list all the things you need to ensure a good time; weed, women, good food, and most importantly, a bonfire.
  • I Mean It (Freestyle)
    I Mean It (Freestyle)
    G-Eazy's "I Mean It" is still the Bay Area rapper's biggest hit, and managed to make his debut album, These Things Happen, a surprise smash. Up-and-coming rapper Luke Christopher is looking to have a similar break out, which could be why he decided to reach back to the Eazy single for his latest remix.
  • Goddess
    As Kanye West said in his Zane Lowe interview, "Fusion Is The Future", and Mod Sun seems to be following that sentiment closely. The singer gave us the "Howlin' At The Moon" video last week, which mixed hip hop beats with a soaring pop hook, and today he's shared a new record that's built off of a reggae groove.
  • Fully Focused
    Fully Focused
    HBK Gang has spawned a couple stars from its roster, and there are plenty more who are waiting for their time to shine. Jay Ant is among them, and his new record with the currently buzzing Bay Area heartthrob, G-Eazy, isn't such a bad look.
  • 90210 (Radio Rip)
    90210 (Radio Rip)
    Today marks the release of Blackbear's new project Deadroses. We've already linked you to one song from the project today, "Dirty Laundry", and now here's another. Possibly the most recognizable area code in the country, "90210" is also the name of Blackbear's new G-Eazy collab.
  • Time
    Skizzy Mars dropped his album, The Red Balloon Project today, but he's decided to share one more record from the project for free stream. "Time" features Olivver The Kid and G-Eazy, with the latter supplying not one but two verses. The beat is built off of a simple chord progression, lending a lazy afternoon feel to the record.
  • Show You The World
    Show You The World
    G-Eazy has been pretty vocal about the influence of Bay Area rap on his sound. He's cited E-40 as one of his favorite rappers, so it's surely an honor for him to share a track with West Coast icon Too Short. His new record, "Show You The World", is halfway between A DJ Mustard record, and something 40 would cook up for Drake, it even incoprorates the same slowed-down denouement technique that Drizzy uses on a regular basis.
  • I Might
    I Might
    In addition to giving us an upbeat anthem with "Why Thank You" produced by Hit-Boy, G-Eazy delivers something a bit darker and more down tempo with "I Might." It features fellow Bay Area representer, P Lo (associated with Iamsu!), as well as Atlanta's K Camp. Rightly so, the mix is a blend of ATL and Bay Area sounds, produced by Cal-A. Like the other tracks he dropped today, this one is available for free download.
  • Why Thank You
    Why Thank You
    G-Eazy's been on a roll lately, dropping off heat, often more than one at a time. Last we heard from him he delivered two songs, his remix of Kehlani's "Get Away" as well as "Achievement." Today he one ups that by dropping off three new records, getting into the spirit of holiday giving.
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