G-Eazy looks like the Fonz from ‘70s TV show Happy Days, except he is one of the coldest Caucasians in rap today. That’s no surprise, since he’s from the Bay Area, which demands its rappers (Mac Dre, E-40, Too $hort) be lyrically gifted. In one year this artist has gone “from being over-looked to overbooked,” as he raps on “Sad Boy,” detailing his successes. Although he stagnates on tracks like “Drifting,” which features Chris Brown, G-Eazy hits home with “Calm Down,” “Random” and “Nothing to Me.” He’s a producer and emcee to watch for as he blends hip-hop and rock into one style––EAZily.
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