Posts Tagged ‘G-Eazy’

July 26, 2017

I’m always overjoyed when Charli XCX releases new music, and I never know quite what to expect, having followed her career since her early electropop days. New song Boys is a sugary bop, and it comes with music video filled with endless celebrity and musician cameos. From Chromeo to Charlie Puth, Flume to G Eazy, Mac DeMarco to Brendan Urie, Kaytranada to Portugal. the Man, this one has them all. It’s loads of fun just to try and pick out everyone while bopping your head to the infectious pop song. Charli XCX directed the video herself, too. Boys is a fizzy light treat compared to the British artist’s prior release, her punchy mixtape Number 1 Angel. Grab the single, here.

March 19, 2017

Kehlani and G Eazy are two Bay Area artists featured on The Fate of The Furious soundtrack with their song ‘Good Life’. I’m so happy for these two.

May 17, 2016

Just the other day, fast rising urban pop star Alessia Cara released a remix of her own song Wild Things, one which featured now flying high hip hop artist G-Eazy, who blasted out of the Bay and is swiftly conquering the world with his riveting emceeing and his dapper handsome looks. The two combined in one song is an explosion of raw talent, and now we get to celebrate that talent to the max by dancing along to remix of Wild Things by Vancouver electronic pros Young Bombs! They give Wild Things a summery future trap makeover with hints of moombahton peeking playfully through, too. Wild Things goes rainforest lush on Young Bombs’ bomb edit, creating a euphoric jungle wonderland for us wild things to play.

March 29, 2016

It’s true that there’s been an inconceivable deluge of remixes of G-Eazy hit Me, Myself & I, featuring Bebe Rexha, but this new one is a must listen for any huge fan of the song (like me). San Francisco’s own Viceroy gives me, Myself & I a nu-disco resplendent remix, and I may not have expected it previously, but the hip hop of the song melds quite nicely with the producer’s radiantly balmy dance style. It may only be Monday night, but I think I’m ready for a full on dance party now.

January 8, 2016

It’s been but a day since my last share of a remix of this track, and I was waxing poetic over experiencing the original at SnowGlobe just last week, but no sleep’s remix of G-Eazy’s Me, Myself & I, featuring songbird Bebe Rexha, is a treat whose sharing can not be delayed. Me, Myself & I takes a mellow path on the Pittsburgh based producer’s twitchy chill trap treatment. G-Eazy’s slicing rap vocals take gritty center stage on the carefree and laid back track, one which I can’t resist head nodding and softly bouncing along to. Free download, here.

January 7, 2016

It was a gorgeous moment despite the frigid air at SnowGlobe Music Festival when G-Eazy’s Me, Myself & I came on during a lit set by the Oakland hip hop artist. As a collective steam rose above the sea of people sprawled in front of the main stage, voices joined in unison over the melodic chorus delivered by arresting songstress Bebe Rexha. Though that last night of 2015 is long gone, we don’t need any reason to celebrate life daily. Los Angeles’ Lost Kings turns in a sublime remix of Me, Myself & I that takes me right back to that splendid moment. The future disco flavored edit will have you dancing in euphoria far into this new year. The remix is a free download on Lost Kings’ Facebook.

March 18, 2015

You Don’t Own Me is a spectacular song from new Australian singer songwriter Grace. It’s a stunning re-working of Lesley Gore hit You Don’t Own Me. The 60′s pop artist recently passed away, and I have mad respect for her artistry, plus I harbor fond memories of listening to her hits with my mom, while growing up. Lesley really laid the foundation for most of the female pop sensations of our time. Grace’s passionate version features Oakland hip hop artist G-Eazy on guest rap vocals, and it’s a compelling combination. I never thought I’d encounter a hip hop imbued You Don’t Own Me, complete with all of its minor key, spaghetti Western styled vintage splendor. All I need are some wicked boots, and I’m ready to strut around to this tune.

March 6, 2015

Louis Futon not only drops a super dope remix today, but he gets extra brownie points for editing a track from the bay’s own G-Eazy, featuring sultry songstress Devon Baldwin. Futon gives Lets Get Lost the swanky future bass treatment, but he also gives it some very genre defying moments, too. Hints of melodic house creep their way in. Alternating between explosively lively and sensually mellow, the producer takes us on a spectacular journey with this massive makeover. 

December 31, 2014

Oakland rapper G-Eazy is quickly rising to the top, as we’ve expected for some time now. His talent was far too obvious, and more and more people are picking up on that since this past summer’s release of full length These Things Happen and G-Eazy’s tour with Drake and Lil Wayne. Today, Young Gerald surprise dropped three new tracks for his fans. The one that stood out most for me is Show You The World, which features the Bay’s Too $hort. The electronic heavy production was crafted by Christoph Andersson. I’ve come to realize I gravitate toward that guy’s production work. Devon Baldwin’s tunes have been produced by Christoph, and I’m certainly in love with those tracks. Show You The World is dark and seductive, buoyant and grooving. Plus, G-Eazy throws out some great local shouts, always a bonus. Head over to his Soundcloud to check out the rest of the new tracks and visit some oldies.

December 26, 2014

It’s been several weeks since IHM had the incredible honor of premiering Devon Baldwin’s song Blame, produced by 4e. The San Francisco chanteuse is back with her third song (or fourth, counting the Blink 182 cover bonus), Walking In The Air. With it, she solidifies what we’ve come to realize about the new artist since we first heard her solo music (she already impressed many while guesting on many a G-Eazy tune previously). Devon is one to watch in 2015. Walking In The Air is a cover of a holiday song from an animated film titled The Snowman. I confess, though the original song is familiar, never knew about where it came from, and it’s apparently a huge classic in the UK. Devon Baldwin brings her haunting, brooding electropop style to the song, creating a riveting atmosphere and showcasing her seductive and mesmerizing vocals on the huge transformation. Revisit Blame, below, which has garnered a whopping 365K+ streams on SoundCloud since the premiere.