G-Eazy Reveals 4th Album Is "Almost a Fact"
#DXCLUSIVE: The native of Oakland also speaks of the fame and the maintenance of its relevance.
Denver, CO – G-Eazy-lit Denver 1ST BANK Center last Tuesday (6 March) as part of The Beautiful and the Damned Tour. In his set, which included songs such as "Me Myself and I" and "Sober," he dropped a subtle line about your next project.
As was the realization of "Calm" from 2016, When it is Dark Outside, I had changed a line in the song to say, "it's Been sitting in the graphs as a beach chair/ My last album spent 52 weeks/ almost finished with the room, You should be afraid", in allusion to his follow-up to The Beautiful And the Damned is on its way.
In the scenario, The hometown seemed really grateful for his current position in life despite their love-hate relationship with fame, a topic that has been dissected several times in his music.
"I've been working on it," the 28-year-old told HipHopDX. "I feel like I'm in a good place right now. I can accept. I've been working on it, but I feel like I'm in a good place right now, so I'm happy."
He adds, "you know what you're getting into. And, at the same time, I believe that nothing can really completely prepare for it."
Denver, I thought that was always the plan!🎥: @nathangroff
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Since the release of his debut album, These Things happen, in 2014, G-Eazy's star power has grown exponentially. From collaborations with pop icon Britney Spears on a recent Saturday Night Live appearance, has made great strides, he was already rapping under his nickname original, MC Generic. But in recent years, he has had to learn to take the bad with the good.
"It's like you're going to lose the anonymity for always, your privacy and your schedule is going to be crazy," he says. "It's going to be crazy. I don't know. There is always something. You never really have time to breathe or to be a person, or to go home or see his family. And, at the same time, you're going to get to travel the world and you're going to get to do