G-‘These Eazy’s Things Happen Too’ album is a panacea for despair, according to fans.
Demi Lovato, Lil Wayne, E-40, and YG are among the performers included on G-new Eazy’s album.
G-fourth Eazy’s studio album, ‘These Things Happen Too,’ was first announced on Instagram and Twitter on September 8 and was finally released on Friday, September 24. The latest album from the Bay Area rapper is a follow-up to his first, ‘These Things Happen,’ which was released seven years ago, in 2014.
Prior to the release of his brand new full-length album, the ‘Beautiful & Damned’ hitmaker hosted a free album release party in Los Angeles. The 32-year-old hip-hop musician also announced the album’s official tracklist, revealing that Demi Lovato, Lil Wayne, E-40, and YG will all be featured on ‘These Things Happen Too.’ G-tune Eazy’s ‘Breakdown,’ featuring Demi Lovato, was released on September 17 to promote the new album. Users who were anxiously anticipating the release of the album promptly signed onto Twitter to provide their important feedback.
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G-Eazy releases the follow-up to ‘These Things Happen.’
On Instagram, the California rapper revealed the cover art for his big project. The rapper’s left profile is depicted on the cover image, with a close-up shot of him looking at a light falling on him. G-Eazy initially hinted at the possibility of a follow-up to his 2014 album in a 2019 interview with his alma institution. A few hours before the release of his new album, the rapper rushed to Twitter to express his excitement for the project. “It’s hard for me to realize it’s almost here… I’m too juiced, f**k.” G-Eazy recently spoke with Entertainment Weekly about why he chose this moment to release his follow-up to his debut album. “The CD reflects a complete circle trip for me.” “Starting off as a wide-eyed kid that wanted the world, wanted the universe, wanted to travel, wanted to transcend, wanted to take it above and beyond, and then experiencing all of that,” Eazy added.
“Getting to take my music all over the place and make so many dreams come true,” he continued, “but kinda reflecting on the journey as a whole, as well as the impact it’s had on me for better or worse, from the highest of highs to the lowest of lows, to the adversity you face as you push through this journey.”
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