Early this morning, Childish Gambino embarked upon one of the biggest Twitter rants of the year. He called his lengthy spiel a "poem," and it seems to have stemmed from someone jokingly calling him a white rapper, but in it, he touches on recent issues of race in and outside of the hip-hop world.
It's been almost a year since we've heard from Bobby Brackins, who dropped his track "808 Bang" in September of last year, but today he's recruited two big names for a new track. Fellow Californians G-Eazy and Mila J guest on "Hot Box," a sensuous, blunted bit of ratchet R&B.
Last week we saw r'n'b/pop take over the Billboard 200, and this week we finally see the return of rap to some of the top spots within the Billboard 200. Impressively, G-Eazy's third studio album comes in highest this week nabbing the #3 spot.
Several independent rap releases made their way on to the Billboard charts this past week, with Ab-Soul, RiFF RaFF and G-Eazy all dropping new albums in recent times. The debut numbers for each artist have arrived today, and G-Eazy's These Things Happen LP managed to come out on top of the others. Surprised or nah?
G-Eazy comes through today with a remix of his single "I Mean It", originally featuring just Remo, Eazy has added Ricky Rozay to the mix. It was a dope look from the start, but does the addition of Ross make it even doper?
G-Eazy has a new album dropping this month, and while he's already given us a couple of leaks, he's delivered yet another new track today.
The Oakland rapper has stayed within his dark and sedated sound for his new collaboration with A$AP Ferg, who contrasts Eazy's stoic delivery with some maniacal flows.
Today, G-Eazy shared two tracks with us that didn't make the cut for These Things Happen, his album that drops on June 23rd. First we got the Kane Beatz-produced "The Day It All Changed," and now here's "Monica Lewinsky."
G-Eazy's got a new album, These Things Happen, coming out on June 23rd. In anticipation of the album, the rapper's shared two non-album tracks, "The Day It All Changed" and "Monica Lewinsky." Here's the first of the two.
G-Eazy is preparing his new album, These Things Happen for a June release, and today, he's given us a new offering from the project.
"I Mean It" features vocals and production from Remo, with Chrstoph Andersson also behind the boards.