His relationship with pop-star Halsey may be over but G-Eazy is living his best life right now, and currently he is enjoyed the fan reactions to his newest music video from his Blueface collab, ‘West Coast’.
With features from YG and ALLBLACK, the Daniel CZ-directed visuals feature the rappers riding down Fairfax in Ferraris and lowriders. The music video is also full of west coast cameos from Ty Dolla $ign, E-40 and more.
Watch G-Eazy and Blueface’s music video for ‘West Coast’ below.
G-Eazy’s current European tour hasn’t got off to the best start. After the tour’s opening night in Stockholm, G-Eazy hit the club for the after-party and was allegedly acting wild before throwing punches at a security guard, hitting one guard in the face several times.
TMZ obtained video of G-Eazy being loaded into the police car, while girlfriend/singer Halsey is heard in the background about getting hit in the face (TMZ was told Halsey may have been struck by a security guard). When detained, police allegedly discovered cocaine in the rapper’s pocket.
Watch TMZ’s footage of G-Eazy being loaded into the cop car below.
Rappers G-Eazy and Lil Uzi Vert will combine forces with Ty Dolla $ign and more for The Endless Summer Tour this year.
Currently on his Beautiful & Damned Tour, G-Eazy’s summer tour (which shares a name with his 2016 summer tour with Logic) will kick off on July 20th in Washington, and will make stops in Irvine, Chicago, Dallas, New York and many more, until things come to a close on September 8th in West Palm Beach.
Fans can visit Ticketmaster.com for more information, and don’t miss out because pre-sale tickets are schedule to begin today!
Check out the dates and locations for The Endless Summer Tour below.
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.
After a couple dry months for live music in the city, the concert train is gaining speed in the Windy City this month before festival season sneaks up on music fans everywhere. With huge arena performances to come from Justin Timberlake, P!nk, Demi Lovato and more, and some awesome shows from G-Eazy and Vic Mensa, to name a few, March is bringing some of the biggest names in music to Chicago.
Check out our list of our 10 can’t miss concerts in Chicago this month!
G-Eazy fans have been eating lately, and today is no exception, as early this morning the ‘Me Myself & I’ rapper announced his forthcoming The Beautiful & Damned Tour in support of his upcoming album of the same name.
With special guests Trippie Redd, Phora and Anthony Russo along for the ride, G’s new tour will kick off on February 15th in Houston, and will make stops in Chicago, Toronto, Oakland, Minneapolis and many more, until The Beautiful & Damned Tour comes to a close on March 20th in New York City.
Tickets for the tour drop on the album’s release date, December 15th.
Peep G-Eazy’s The Beautiful & Damned Tour dates below and pre-order G-Eazy’s new album now.
With one of the more unexpected, but entirely awesome, collaborations of the year, G-Eazy has recruited the pretty mother f*cker A$AP Rocky, and the hottest new artist in rap, Cardi B, for his new track ‘No Limit’.
‘No Limit’ has Rocky on the hook and hot verse from Cardi B as Young Gerald’s track also pays tribute to the Three Six Mafia’s classic 1999 record, ‘Slob On My Knob’. Although we’re not sure if ‘No Limit’ will get as much replay value as Juicy J’s classic track, we definitely wouldn’t bet against the trio of Cardi, G-Eazy and Rocky.
Stream G-Eazy’s new Cardi B and A$AP Rocky track ‘No Limit’ below.
Yesterday, G-Eazy and Carnage teamed up for the release of their new collaborative EP, Step Brothers. After teasing the project earlier this week, with the release of the project’s first track, ‘Guala’, the DJ/producer and Bay Area MC surprised fans with the entire 4-track project.
Step Brothers boasts the tracks ‘Buddha’, ‘Gimme Gimme’, ‘Guala’ and ‘Down For Me’, is produced by Carnage himself and also contains features from Smokepurpp and 24hrs.
Listen to Step Brothers below and purchase it now on iTunes.
G-Eazy and Carnage have teamed up for their new forthcoming EP, Step Brothers. Led by their new track, ‘Guala’, the Bay Area MC and Guatemalan DJ/producer’s new project will certainly not be one to sleep on. The duo has also shared a Daniel CZ directed music video for the EP’s debut track.
We don’t have an official release date for Step Brothers yet, but the EP will feature 4-tracks as well as production from Carnage throughout the project. The EP also will have features from 24hrs and Smoke Purp.
Watch G-Eazy and Carnage’s music video for ‘Guala’ below.
Last night B96 and Pepsi brought an amazing lineup to Chicago’s Allstate Arena in Rosement, IL with their annual Jingle Bash concert. Unlike last year, which was likely the warmest Jingle Bash on record, Chicago fans weathered the storm to catch performances from Britney Spears, The Chainsmokers, One Republic, G-Eazy, Alessia Cara, Fifth Harmony, DNCE and Shawn Mendes. The holiday show had something for everyone, and no matter who you were there for, last night was a holiday hit!
Shawn Mendes kicked off the night at 6:30, setting the tempo for the rest of the night’s performances on the guitar. Next up, super-emerging artist, Alessia Cara greeted her Illinois fans with performances of some of her biggest records, including ‘Here’ and ‘Scars To Your Beautiful’. Then, DNCE gave Rosemont a little flavor with their wacky energetic set.
Next up, One Republic hit the stage, cracked a few jokes and showcased their knowledge on surrounding Chicago suburbs with a hilarious Naperville shoutout. Soon after, G-Eazy stole the show with a not-so-radio-friendly performance at the radio concert. G may have left some parents scratching their heads with some of the tracks he performed, but he definitely killed it.
Then it was time for the artist who probably sold more seats than anyone, pop superstar Britney Spears. Although some hits were left out of her 30-minute set, Britney brought a big piece of her Pieces of Me show from Vegas to Chicago. With guest appearances from G-Eazy and Tinashe, and an elaborate dance routine, Britney easily delivered the best performance of the night.
Soon after, Fifth Harmony blessed the Chicago crowd with some of their biggest records. And then as the girls stepped off stage, EDM duo The Chainsmokers closed out the night with a huge dance party, putting a memorable ending on a memorable night.
Check out our photos from the B96 Pepsi Jingle Bash below.