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On his third studio album, G-Eazy raps about the demands of blowing up over the affecting boom-bap of "Opportunity Cost.” It's surprisingly poignant, especially when the rapper's mom congratulates her son on his success via voicemail at the end. His beats are full of warm chords that tug at the heartstrings ("Far Alone," "Downtown Love"), while his lyrics deal with finding redemption amid the hustle of the rap game.

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g's a real rapper

been here from the first album. Change the game forever man this ones gonna be insane

G-Eazy Is Amazing

One of the most amazing rappers that has the chilliest raps to get high off of 👄💨

dude is cake

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Biography

Born: May 24, 1989 in Oakland, CA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Arriving on-stage with a pompadour and a leather jacket, G-Eazy became known as "the James Dean of rap," but his music is much less troubled than that name might imply, having crossed over to the mainstream with his reinterpretation of the rock & roll classic "Runaround Sue." Born Gerald Earl Gillum in Oakland, California, G-Eazy launched his career while still in college at Loyola University in New Orleans, heading up a hip-hop crew named the Bay Boyz while dropping his solo debut, The Epidemic...
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