BY TER STAFF
Oakland native and Hip-hop Heavyweight G-Eazy is a frequent visitor and Chicago favorite, who may even claim Chicago as a second home. It’s hard to disagree after G-Eazy delivered yet another sold-out show at Chicago’s Aragon Ballroom this weekend.
Returning to the historic venue for the third time, this time for his new critically acclaimed, The Beautiful and Damned Tour, Friday night was maybe his best visit to the Windy City yet.
G-Eazy performed from his F. Scott Fitzgerald inspired album the Beautiful and Damned. He also threw it back with hits from his previous works, like These Things Happen and When It’s Dark Out. Records like ‘Me, Myself and I’, ‘I Mean It’, and his last song of the night ‘No Limit’ made G-Eazy’s set an almost perfect routine of non-stop thrills and a seamless flow of hits. Seeing G-Eazy on stage, one can wonder just how big the Oakland native can become.
If you missed G-Eazy’s set, no worries! He is set to return for a meet and greet/signing back in Chicago for his personal brand of whiskey, Stillhouse. For more information on his next visit click here.
Check out our shots by photographer Jesus Montero below.
Photos by Jesus Montero/The Early Registration