G-Eazy Brings Out Lil Wayne At Coachella
G-Eazy & Lil Wayne
It seems as though the performances from the big acts at this year's Coachella have been judged by the special guests that have made surprise appearance on stage.
G-Eazy Feat. Chris Brown & Tory Lanez "Drifting" Video
G-Eazy Feat. Chris Brown & Tory Lanez
"Drifting" has been selected as the fourth single from G-Eazy's new album, When It's Dark Out, which is no surprise considering it features R&B heavyweights Chris Brown and Tory Lanez. Making it official, the video arrives today, as the narrative of Eazy's rocky relationship plays out, amidst the performances.
G-Eazy Feat. Starrah "Order More" Video
G-Eazy Feat. Starrah
Well it turns out G Eazy actually dropped not one, but two new videos for the Starrah-assisted song “One More,” as we already posted earlier this week.
G-Eazy Feat. Starrah "One More" Video
G-Eazy Feat. Starrah
G-Eazy drops off a music video for the strip-club ready "One More" today, and as to be expected, the visual finds G-Eazy hitting up a strip club with handfuls of cash to spare. The video almost seems like a tour vlog, mixed in with the strip club footage we get to see G-Eazy's live performances and the after parties of these live performances, including some girl-on-girl action. The video is shot in dim light and has a a low-quality feel, which appears to be the new wave. Watch the new set of visuals above, and cop When It's Dark Out on iTunes.
G-Eazy’s “When It’s Dark Out” Vlog (Ep. 1)
G-Eazy is currently out on the road at the moment for his When It’s Dark Out tour with special guests Nef The Pharaoh, A$AP Ferg and Marc E. Bassy, at select shows. Inviting cameras to follow him around, the Bay Area rapper decides to come through today and drop off a new vlog clip capturing his adventures on the road.
G-Eazy Stars In Trailer for Short Film "Tunnel Vision"
In the trailer for “Tunnel Vision” G-Eazy plays Johnny Russo, a gritty hip hop promoter who has been in the game for 20 years, but has repeatedly lost everything due to the real estate crisis and a ponzi scheme run by his lawyer. The character and screenplay are based on the real life story of Antonio Salvatore Servidio.
G-Eazy "Sad Boy" Video
G-Eazy is still reeling off the success of his new album, When It's Dark Out, which managed to move a rather impressive 130k opening week-- that's a similar range as the sales projections for Chris Brown's new album, to put it into perspective.
Kool John & P-Lo Feat. G-Eazy "Mad" Video
Kool John & P-Lo Feat. G-Eazy
In support of their Moovie album, which dropped over the Summer, HBK Gang’s own Kool John & P-Lo decide to come through tonight and share the official video for their G-Eazy-featured record “Mad.” Directed by David Camarena, the video was shot entirely backstage at the Heart Break Halloween show, which includes footage of plenty of weed smoking and liqior sippin’ partying. Check it out.
G-Eazy Talks About His New Album, Picking Up Ladies, & More On Hot 97
To promote his newly-released When It’s Dark Out album, Bay Area’s G-Eazy made his way out East to the Big Apple, where he paid a visit to the Hot 97 studios to chop it up with gang from Ebro in the Morning. Sitting down for nearly a half-hour, G-Eazy speaks about his new album, his pick-up game with the ladies, wearing the same pair of jeans for 2 years, and a whole lot more. However, he doesn’t take this interview too seriously and dodges many of the questions with a sarcastic and/or goofy response. Nonetheless, fans will still appreciate it.
G-Eazy’s “The Rise” (Ep. 5)
G-Eazy continues to document the journey leading up to the release of his upcoming album When It's Dark Out which arrives December 4 via RCA Records. Today, the Bay Area rapper returns with the 5th episode in his on-going vlog series “The Rise.”
DJ Carnage's "I Like Tuh" Beat Was Originally Meant To Be A G-Eazy Single
You probably know DJ Carnage as the mastermind behind the face-melting production on "I Like Tuh," which started out as a Makonnen song and ended up as a remix with G-Eazy and Lil Wayne added to the mix.
G-Eazy "Me, Myself, & I" Video
A couple weeks ago, G-Eazy revealed that his sophomore album When It's Dark Out would drop on December 4th and shared the project's lead single "Me, Myself, & I." This morning he delivers the accompanying music video. It's good. G-Eazy returns home on his birthday to find that his girlfriend has thrown him a surprise party. But he's not interested in that. "Surprise, surprise, it's just another night of turn up."
G-Eazy "You Got Me" Video
G Eazy is currently prepping the follow up to last year’s debut album These Things Happen, which is expected to drop later this Fall. But in the meantime, the Bay Area rapper has been dropping off plenty of new content to hold fans over lately, and today he does it again with a new video for his track “You Got Me.” From mobbin’ in the streets with the squad to hitting up the strip club, G Eazy roams the city night life while under the influence in this trippy & psychedelic visual above. Check it out.
G-Eazy Details The Creation Of His Sophomore Album
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?"
G-Eazy Talks On Collabing With Lil Wayne & Southside
G-Eazy was featured alongside Lil Wayne on DJ Carnage's big remix of "I Like Tuh," with original featured artist ILoveMakonnen. It was a great remix, and a great look for the Bay Area rapper who is on his way to certified stardom.
G-Eazy Talks About Eating Lobster With Jay Z
We caught up with Young Gerald aka G-Eazy shortly before he unleashed a trifecta of new music on his Soundcloud. The rapper brought us up to speed on what he's been up to lately, which apparently includes hitting up a steakhouse with Hov.
G-Eazy Plays "This Or That"
The latest installment in our "This or That" video series, finds G-Eazy weighing the all-too-serious options of "100 emoji or fire emoji" against each other. Recently, we've featured Omarion, Audio Push and Gunplay in the series. You can catch up on all the videos here.
Watch Kanye West, Ludacris, And More Perform Live At Powerhouse 2015
Tune in at 10ET to for a live stream of Power 106's "Powerhouse 2015" extravaganza in Anaheim's Honda Center, featuring performances from: Kanye West, Ludacris, Kid Ink, B.o.B., Tech N9ne, Ty Dolla $ign, G Eazy, Tinashe, Logic, Nipsey Hussle, and Casey Veggies.
"These Things Happen: SXSW" Vlog
Like just about everyone else in the music industry, Oakland rapper G-Eazy made the pilgrimage down to Austin for this year's SXSW. And like many of his fellow rappers, he made a vlog to document his experience. See him chilling back stage with the likes of Rae Sremmurd, YG, Big Sean, Chance the Rapper, Redman, Joey Bada$$ and performing on stage with such notable names as E-40, Kehlani, and K CAMP. See him quote Pinky and the Brain, see him looking white boy flossy in his trademark black leather jacket, see how copes with fans fangirling all over him.
G-Eazy "From The Bay To The Universe" [Episode 6]
G-Eazy has been going hard touring over the last little while, and he's been documenting things along the way through his "From The Bay To The Universe" vlog series. This episode has Eazy in a climate he's too familiar with in the Bay, hitting up the relatively icy tundras of Denver and Chicago. Luckily, the rapper has an antidote to the freezing temperatures, one of the oldest existing, in fact, using a bottle of whiskey to warm his soul. Elsewhere we see G-Eazy quoting Mac Dre, rocking some crowds, and getting zany on the tour bus, which all makes the cold seem not so bad.