G-Eazy is back with another stellar single! His latest is titled “Nothing Wrong” and is just what we wanted to hear from the Bay area rapper. This latest track follows in similar suit to his other recent releases and has us excited for his next project. “Nothing Wrong” has a slightly eerie instrumental with a soulful vocal sample while G spits his lyrical verses. Enjoy!
It’s been a busy year so far for Dillon Francis. The artist has dabbled in a little bit of everything during 2017, including performing at Coachella, making an appearance on Bro Safari’s newest EP, sharing his hilarious ‘One Deeper Talks’ series and, most notably, teaming up with G-Eazy for their high energy single “Say Less.”
The official “Say Less” musicvideo dropped today, and it’s everything we could have expected from the two artists and more. The video features a vibrant cast of characters rapping G-Eazy’s vocals, partying and an unexpected ending that makes for a whole lot of Dillon Francis smashing bottles over people’s heads. Perhaps the best part is the absolutely hysterical dialogue between Dillon Francis and Luke Hemsworth after the song ends. Altogether, the video is a perfect match for the track. Check it out below and enjoy!
G-Eazy just dropped a new track “Maximum” a a couple days ago and keeps the releases coming with another 3 new tracks. Titled “Get Mine” with Snoop Dogg, “Special Love” with Dakari and “Eyes Closed” with Johhny Yukon.
He tweeted that “Maximum” was “Just for fun... to hold you over... album coming soon…” and follows it up with three tracks in a playlist titled “Loosies” to hold us over even longer until we get more news on the album. Today is actually his birthday (happy birthday G!) and to celebrate he’s given fans a gift of their own. These three collabs won’t be appearing on his album but we’ll gladly take these ahead of the full project as it’s great to heat G alongside Snoop Dogg. Stay tuned for more and enjoy!
G-Eazy - Loosies
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