Firstly, I don’t want to see any Macklemore comparisons because G-Eazy is also a white rapper from the south. There is no comparison; G-Eazy is doper by a long mile. I remember hearing I Mean It (ft. Remo) last year and loving it, in-fact I’m listening it whilst writing this.
I didn’t have any expectations when I decided to listen to the album, because even though I rated him a little, I wasn’t a huge fan although I think he may have just converted me with When It’s Dark Out. I am beyond impressed because it’s an album that I can thoroughly listen to without feeling the need to skip a song which hasn’t happened in a minute. The sound-track features hit singles Me, Myself & I (ft. Bebe Rexha), Random and Drifting (ft. Chris Brown and Tory Lanez) with a video soon to drop.
For a sophomore album, it’s not one to be dismissed. There’s been so much shade thrown but rather than being a hater, take time to listen. Couple of my favourites include Calm Down, Of All Things (ft. Too $hort), Order More (ft. Starrah) and Nothing To Me (ft. Keyshia Cole & E-40).
How much of it is really G-Eazy though? We don’t know. Is everyone going to like it? Probably not but I’m one of the few that do.