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With understated, lowercase intimacy, L.A. singer/songwriter gnash’s seven-song EP is a celebration of love and collaboration. Every track on us features a guest vocalist, often a female duet partner for gnash’s warm ballads, though even Compton rapper Buddy gets sentimental on “rip.” An acoustic cover of Bright Eyes’ “first day of my life” sets the confessional tone for the originals. Gently thumping beats lend subtle bite to his skeletal arrangements, and the darker, piano-driven “i hate u, i love u” brings depth and grit to gnash’s meditations on relationships.

Customer Reviews

Just buy this already

I'll be honest with you, I had no idea who gnash was until I listened to i hate u, i love u. After listening to that song I instantly became a fan. gnash puts out music with meaning!!!

Original and refreshing

I didn't know who gnash was 5 minutes ago. I listened to a single sample of a song and I must say I have never felt such an immediate impact by just one piece.


"I hate u, I love u" is just another breakup song.the guy in the song ruins it. 2 stars for the chick in the chorus though!!!


Born: June 16, 1993 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '10s

Los Angeles-based producer gnash (born Garrett Charles Nash) combines the emotional vulnerability of Bright Eyes with the sounds of laptop alt-R&B similar to the Weeknd's early releases. Gnash got his start as a DJ and then as one part of the duo Gemineyes with Harry Hudson. In 2014, his reimagining of the O.T. Genasis track "CoCo" garnered attention from blogs, which led to a string of digital singles released in 2015. His debut EP, U, was released in March of the same year. A mellow, laid-back...
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