G-Eazy steps as much as the mic to manage some villainous bars in his new “LA Lakers” freestyle, likening himself to each Patrick Bateman and Hannibal.
G-Eazy has efficiently mastered the artwork of the crossover, having embraced a extra radio-friendly sensibility when the event requires it. Yet by no means ought to it’s forgotten that Young Gerald is a Bay Area rapper to the core, and can by no means hesitate to spit some bars. Today, G-Eazy got here by to cut it up with the L.A. Leakers, and also you already know such appearances can solely result in one factor.
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For this newest freestyle, G-Eazy tackles a Cam’ron and Kanye West basic in “Down & Out,” a spotlight off Killa’s Purple Haze album. Teasing the return of “wild and crazy Gerald,” G-Eazy appears in good spirits as he reminds the lots how he fares in a freestyle session. Highlighting the breakneck tempo of his way of life, G-Eazy flexes relentless whereas portray an image of his day-to-day. “I swoop hoes through my shows, I just run through the crowd,” he spits. “Have drug-fuelled orgies, I’m ten rubbers down / living ball-to-the-walls I ain’t dumbing it down / I’m like a white Jimi Hendrix, think my mother is proud.”
“I can write a manual,” he spits, taking a tonal shift. “Patrick Bateman is my spirit animal, either him or Hannibal / I’m the fuckin’ villain, gold fangs around her neck, I got my grill in / I’m on a killing while you cracked your head upon that ceiling / fuck rappers, I hate em’, ask me I ain’t sneaking shots to shade him / make me fuck around go Jason Statham.”
Hopefully G-Eazy can deliver this vitality to his upcoming album These Things Happen Too, from which we’ve already seen a few singles surface. Do you assume Young Gerald ought to keep on with this type extra typically? Luckily, we have already been promised a “hip-hop” collaboration with Lil Wayne.