G-Eazy comes home to excitement, energy at the Fox

People say hip-hop is dead, but all signs seem to point in the other direction. With artists such as Kendrick, J. Cole, Drake, Gambino and Earl Sweatshirt blowing up, it’s not a stretch to say that the rap game is in the best shape it has been in a long
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Fans were head over heels at SF music fest Summersalt

Set among the abandoned warehouses of Pier 70, Summersalt 2014 featured an exciting range of dance music performers, both international and local, in the Bay Area. Offering popular acts in hip-hop and trap from G-Eazy to Keys N Krates, the festival was a wild success, as concert-goers danced nonstop from
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G-Eazy at his signing at Rasputin Music last Thursday.

G-Eazy comes home for fan appreciation show

“This shit is a motherfucking moment to celebrate,” local rapper G-Eazy cried over the opening bars of “Stay High” at his show at the New Parish in Oakland on Saturday evening. With the recent release of his album These Things Happen — which reached No. 2 on the iTunes album
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Berkeley-bred rapper G-Eazy on the brink of fame

“From a BART train to a tour bus / Still the same game except I’m pulling more sluts / More butts, more bucks never giving more fucks,” raps Oakland-born MC G-Eazy in “Far Alone,” the second track from his new album, These Things Happen. This sets the tone for the
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