Tag Archives: G-Eazy

Racquet Club and Chris Broach’s SNST list their top LPs of 2017

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

As the year winds down, we’ve been asking some artists what their favorite albums of 2017 were, and here’s two more lists from two acts who come from ’90s emo.

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Cassie teams with Kaytranada for “Don’t Play It Safe” (listen)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Cassie had a major hit with the ahead-of-its-time “Me & U” in 2006, and then quieted down a bit before making a comenack during the “alt-R&B” boom with 2013’s RockaByeBaby mixtape. She quieted down yet again after that, but now she’s back again…

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tix on sale: Glassjaw, Kesha/Mackelmore, G-Eazy, Lorde, SOPHIE, Low Anthem, more

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Plus: Ministry/Chelsea Wolfe, Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus, Gang of Youths, Dying Fetus, Sorority Noise, Shopping, and more NYC shows on sale.

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Notable Releases of the Week (12/8)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

This week’s Notable Releases include the second album of 2017 by rising West Coast rapper G Perico, Statik Selektah’s latest guest-filled LP, Tee Grizzley & Lil Durk’s collaborative mixtape, and more.

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Metallica, Dead & Co, Rancid and more playing Bay Area fire relief concert

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The wildfires in the North Bay Area of California have been devastating, killing at least 42 people and forcing many to lose their homes. In order to help out with recovery for victims, the Band Together Bay Area concert is going down at AT&T Park (home of the San Francisco Giants)…

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Roskilde Festival lineup + Arcade Fire European tour dates

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The lineup for Danish music festival Roskilde Festival has been released, and features a lot of the big names to be seen at other festivals this summer. The main headliners are Foo Fighters, A Tribe Called Quest, Arcade Fire, Justice, Moderat/Modeselektor, Solange, Trentemoller, The Weeknd, and The XX

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Free Press Summer Fest: 2017 lineup and tickets

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Solange, The Shins, Big K.R.I.T., Frightened Rabbit, Hurray for the RIff Raff, Khruangbin, Cherry Glazerr & more are playing the Houston festival.

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Mysteryland: 2017 lineup & tickets

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

LCD Soundsystem, G-Eazy and Major Lazer are this year’s headliners, and the lineup also includes Run the Jewels, Die Antwoord, Holy Ghost!, RL Grime, Cashmere Cat, Mount Kimbie, Leon Vynehall, and lots more. The fest takes place in June at Bethel Woods, NY.

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DCFC on Bunbury 2017 lineup w/ Shins, sang w/ Julien Baker (who’s touring w/ The Decemberists)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

And like, what are Iron & Wine up to, amirite? (Actually, we do know what Iron & Wine are up to.)

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Pandora’s “Top Thumb Hundred” of 2016

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

There’s lots of Drake.

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YG shares two videos, announces tour with Kamaiyah & more

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

YG is still riding high off the strength of this year’s great Still Brazy, and he’s now got new videos for two of its tracks. One is for the great Drake and Kamaiyah collab “Why You Always Hatin?,” and it stars both of those rappers in the video. The other is for a remix of “FDT (Fuck Donald Trump),” which has new verses from G-Eazy and Macklemore for some reason.

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G-Eazy and Logic @ Festival Pier with YG and Yo Gotti.

Source: Jump Philly

Text by Cameron Robinson. Images by Ashley Gellman. The sky was clear, with a light breeze blowing as the sun set in the background – a scene almost too perfect for rappers G-Eazy (Gerald Earl Gillum) and Logic (Sir Robert Bryson Hall II), on their Philadelphia stop at Festival Pier on The Endless Summer Tour. […]G-Eazy and Logic @ Festival Pier with YG and Yo Gotti.

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Lollapalooza 2016 – Day 1 pics (Lana Del Rey, Last Shadow Puppets, J. Cole, Kurt Vile & more)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Lollapalooza is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, and the onetime traveling fest kicked off its now four-day event at Chicago’s Grant Park…

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Run the Jewels, Mastodon, Santigold, NOFX & more playing Project Pabst Atlanta; Beck at Music Midtown

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Run The Jewels, Mastodon, Santigold, NOFX, and Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires are slated to headline Project Pabst’s debut Atlanta festival….

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Bumbershoot fest: 2016 lineup & tickets

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The 2016 edition of Seattle’s Bumbershoot festival happens September 2-4 at the Seattle Center.

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Voodoo Music + Arts Experience: 2016 lineup & tickets

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

New Orleans fest goes down Halloween weekend with Tool, Arcade Fire, The Weeknd and mroe.

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Lollapalooza 2016 set times

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Radiohead vs Ghost vs Major Lazer; Lana Del Rey vs The Last Shadow Puppets vs J Cole; Red Hot Chili Peppers vs Disclosure vs Vic Mensa; Bloc Party vs Vince Staples; and more.

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Coachella weekend 2 set times

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The set times for the second weekend of Coachella have been released and, while there are a few small tweaks, the schedule is more or less the same as the first weekend. So you’ll still have to choose between Grimes and Guns ‘n’ Roses (who were only 10 minutes late last week!), M83 and A$AP Rocky, Sufjan Stevens and The Last Shadow Puppets, and…

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Coachella reveals set times (Grimes vs Guns N’ Roses??)

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Are they trying to make GNR’s set flop with millennials?

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G-Eazy, A$AP Ferg, Marc E. Bassy, Nef the Pharaoh and Marty Grimes @ The Fillmore.

Source: Jump Philly

Words by Vince Bellino. Images by Erin Marhefka. G-Eazy packed The Fillmore last Wednesday for the first of two sold out nights on his When It’s Dark Out tour, bringing along the A-list lineup of A$AP Ferg, Marc E. Bassy, Nef the Pharaoh and Marty Grimes. The night kicked off with blaring air horns as Marty Grimes made his […]

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G-Eazy Stays Hungry on ‘When It’s Dark Out’

Source: Rock On Philly

Feature Image by Stephanie DeFeo

Making a name for yourself in music is a tough challenge. It’s especially difficult when race and history are stacked against you. Macklemore‘s emergence has proven that it is possible for a hip-hop artist to achieve mainstream success through a mainly white audience. Where Macklemore’s appeal was gained through (admittedly) brilliant radio marketing, Oakland-native, Gerald Earl “G-Eazy” Gillum, has developed organically through rigorous touring and appeals to audiences without creating traditional or trendy hip-hop.

The Bay Area has long been one of the most underrated music scenes for hip-hop in the country. Artists from Oakland’s hyphy movement (e.g. Mac Dre ...

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